The border between animal and human, enclosure and visitor’s area is often formed in a way that is suggestive of being a part of the shown habitats. Visitors should be put in a place to imagine a landscape without any signs of civilisation. By analysing the original environment of each animal in the zoo, enclosures are planted in an optimal way. The viewer should get the impression of being a tolerated guest at the wild animal’s habitat, instead of being a dominant voyeur. In order to give visitors this impression, Plant trade and zoo–horticulture Winkendick offers an extensive and interesting range of plants.