One of the best and the most beautiful features of the Persian garden is the integration of the building with the garden and these are sometimes so mixed that it can’t be felt where the gardening has ended and where it has begun. In the Iranian garden, it doesn’t separate the garden space, but the form and the facade, the material and the color is such that it is never separately, but the beauty of the fit, the proportion of its form, as well as the colors of materials with the garden is interwoven that human sight would not easily pass. Iranians in gardening, like other arts, avoided futility, and that’s the reason their use of vegetation they were logical and never planted without reason.
Iranian architecture of the Qajar era is also strongly influenced by other European arts. Architects adapted the forms and elements of the architecture and fantastic structure of the European gardens and combined with Iranian structure then implemented it. This place, also made as a greenhouse, is an adaptation of the French architecture and gardening, which has been the site for the cultivation and maintenance of flowers for use for the field.
At the time when Amir Heshmat was present at the castle, the gardener was obligated to decorate the steps of the central mansion and decorated the courtyard and around the pool with numerous pots.
According to the greenhouse architecture and the existence of large windows with colorful glass, sunlight enters the greenhouse from three angles and creates a beautiful effect on the floor.
The fireplaces embedded in the northern wall of the greenhouse were used in the winter to keep the greenhouse warm. The atmosphere and small water dock are in the middle of the greenhouse, which was filled with water from the aqueduct in the past.