Planted around the gardens are trees that produce fragrant flowers, and among the more prominent ones are frangipanis (Plumeria, Tag. kalachúchi) of various colors but all sweetly-smelling nonetheless. The trees have a beautiful free-form, almost sculptural shape, its trunk a textured grey. Gardeners patiently prune the trees even through long periods of time just to achieve the perfect stance.
Ours are still pretty young or were only transplanted a couple of years back, yet they flower profusely and lend a more sensory experience in the gardens.