The Farm grows more than 2,000 Osmanthus trees, some of which are one hundred years old. There are six to seven kinds of Osmanthus trees, the majority of which are Osmanthus fragrans and sweet Osmanthus Nakai. The blossoms of Osmanthus fragrans are orange-yellow in color. They have a strong flowery scent. The blossoms of Sweet Osmanthus Nakai are yellowish-white. There are also fragrant olives, with orange-red, super dense blossoms. Osmanthus look almost ornamental. Japanese fragrant Osmanthus is the most special. The blossoms are large and fragrant.
To give visitors a deeper impression of osmanthus, Chen Chih-Ching developed osmanthus souvenirs and guided activities to introduce the varieties of osmanthus and its daily use. Visitors can experience picking sweet-scented osmanthus and making homemade sweet-scented osmanthus packs. In the rainy season, osmanthus in storage can be used to make osmanthus fruit vinegar.