Built at Green School this garden is designed specifically for education groups who participate in Green Camp. Children come from around Asia to learn about nature and to spend some time in the dirt. Its multiple levels of raised garden beds made of palfrey (local paras) stone accommodate for children of all ages. The raised gardens also provide an excellent habitat for a variety of veggies that usually have trouble tolerating the existing clay base. To the south there is a passion fruit trellises that provides shade for kids to rest after a good dig in the garden. Most Ibuku Gardens contain a herb spiral, but this garden has an extra special medicine spiral for children to learn about local medicinal plants.