or "orchard located outside the ditch". In 1788, this garden was named "hortus magnus".
It is also known as "altengart" (old garden). The pavilion or "amusement house" was built in
1765. When the abbey goods were sold in 1797, it contained 900 fruit trees, 3 water basins
and a nursery. In 1731, the abbey had a new garden laid out on the site of the surrounding
wall. It is described as "Neuengart" (new garden) and "garden of the prelates". The pavilion
(Orangerie) was completed in 1736. The inventory of the abbey goods reports in 1797:
"Neuegarten" or Orangerie-Garten, containing about two logs seventeen yards, in which
there are four hundred rooms and an orangery, the whole containing about eighty-four
yards, the whole surrounded by walls". The garden of the infirmary was on the south side
of the abbey church. Its pavilion dates from 1773.