On our current location we have beside the buildings, the other ground used for a big, park-look a like garden (see picture) with in the middle a big pond. Unlike our old location we only have planted Sequoiadendron (Giant Redwood), Sequoia (Coast Redwood) and Metasequoia (Dawn Redwood) here. That’s why it’s called ‘Redwood Garden’. These collections are named by the (Royal Dutch Horticultural Society of Boskoops) as official Dutch Plantcollections. This maintains that per collection everything of that specific specie should be collected (including the ugly ones). That is for keeping them for the future and as material for comparing. All of these plants should be clearly labeled and a map must be there on which is marked where the plants are.