The large expanses of amenity grassland are dominated by perennial rye grass. To the west of the grassland wildflower planting has been carried out.
The main area is present in the west of the central area. The woodland consists of mature native trees including ash, oak and crack willow. There are also obviously planted non-native trees including Persian ironwood and balsam poplar. Ornamental trees fringe the western edge including snowberry and prunus.
The scattered trees within the Park include both broadleaf and coniferous species. The majority of the Park is lined with trees especially London Plane, Common Lime and Horse Chestnut. An arboretum has been established to the south of the Sexby Garden. Avenues of mature trees have been planted along the older pathways.
A relatively large lake and six ponds are to be found within the ornamental areas of the Park. Four of the ponds are situated in a 'landscaped valley' and are linked by a stream. The lake lies towards the east, with a central island planted with shrubs and trees, supporting a large population of water fowl.