The meadows of the Botič stream floodplain extend across the entire Průhonice Park. Originally, the stream weaved its way through the meanders all over the meadows, dry periods were replaced by periods of flooding, the amount of water in the streams fluctuated and the entire area did not have permanent shape or form. The Park´s founder used the meandering stream as an important element of the Park composition. The valley meadows are the central part of  I. part of the Park. Majestic old oaks and lindens which grew here even before the Park was founded, still stand on its perimeter, complemented today by several species of mainly deciduous trees and shrubs. Their light green colours are reflected in the conifers growing on the surrounding hillsides. This compositional principle gives the entire valley unique depth and contrast.