The manor’s orangery was built in the 19th century and it houses over 130 species of exotic plants (e.g. camellias, grapevines, peach trees, and common figs). The lovely and intoxicatingly fragrant flowers of the Queen of the Night, or Nightblooming Cereus, can be enjoyed every year around St. John’s Day. The Queen of the Night opens its vanilla-scented flowers for only one night and just once a year. There are also budgerigars among the palm trees and koi swimming in a small pond.