Around a quarter of a century ago, the idea to establish a contemporary ornamental garden in the courtyard of a residential block on Jana Zajíce Street came to the artist and gallery owner Kateřina Ebelová, who wanted to beautify the neglected space between the buildings. The 650 m2 plot underwent demanding landscaping, with the addition of deciduous and coniferous trees, shrubs, flowers, and two ponds. Even the facades of the surrounding buildings are green. The plants that climb them serve not only as decoration but also as a home for countless insects and birds. All the vegetation here is labeled with the name of the plant. Underneath the tree canopies, there are also artworks that aim to evoke the atmosphere of the local neighborhood. At one time, it was even nicknamed “Letná Montmartre” or “Letná Republic of Artists” due to the presence of artists who lived here.