Around eight hectares are planted with five kinds of indigenous, high-grade hardwood trees: Pilón, Roble Coral, Ceibo, Surá and Laurel. Each of these five kinds of wood boasts a unique color and has a high quality of use. Laurel is also used to provide shade to the cacao plants and protect them from the wind.

Pilón serves as host to the vanilla plants. 7,000 orchids twine up their trunks to the top where they open their blooms. The combination of these tree species promotes biodiversity and fertility on the farm.