The Garden of Bible Plants was laid out in 1998 and 1999 by long-term unemployed women as part of a job creation scheme. Nature lovers can learn about the Bible here and visitors interested in Christianity can learn about the trees, bushes and plants from the time of the Bible. In this respect the garden is also an environmental and educational garden.On large boards there are the respective Bible quotations about the plants to be found in the Garden of Bible Plants. Inwinter, the frost-sensitive potted plants (e.g. fig tree, oleander, palm and olive tree) are taken to an orangery to spend the winter there without frost.
The garden of biblical plants is also used by individual guests or groups to enjoy the peace and quiet there. For this purpose, the eastern part of the garden offers numerous covered seating areas and tables, inviting you to linger and enjoy the peace and quiet. There you can also barbecue or make a fire in a fire bowl. The facility was financially supported by the Federal Labour Office and the German Federal Foundation for the Environment (Osnabrück).
Opening hours: daily 9.00 to 18.00 hrs
Admission:1,00 Euro per person /reduced 0,50 Euro per person are to be paid to the cash desk of the trust at the entrance