Near the Manor
Krzysztof Penderecki bought the Lusławice manor in 1974, along with 3.7 acres of park founded back in the 19th century and running wild. He took affectionate care of it, clearing up the park floor and tending mostly to native tree species, which include the huge Norway maple growing close by the manor, as well as impressive common oaks, small-leaved limes, European ash trees and larches, and an eastern white pine.
Among them we find carefully selected exotic bushes as well as a lavish carpet of moss. The park on the slope behind the manor, on the other hand, does practically without human interference.