In Pedion tou Areos park, more than 3,700 plants were planted (28 trees, 2,651 shrubs, and 1,028 grasses), both in Economides Grove and along the water route. On one side of the Economides Grove, a xerophytic landscape was created—similar to the ones encountered in Cyclades islands—with olive, osier, and linden as its dominant species. In the center, a forest-like Mediterranean landscape was formulated, with plants such as carob, pinecone, and myrtle. On the other side, plants such as sycamore, oak, and maple were used, alluding to the image of a semi-mountainous landscape. The interchange between plants suggests the overall feel of the Mediterranean, breeding diverse textures and colors. In addition to the plants and shrubs, mature trees were further planted, which are expected to morph into an area of shade in a few years from now. On the water route, the turf was chosen to define the spaces surrounding the stream, while more than 600 shrubs were additionally planted. The tree planting rendered the Pedion tou Areos park more green, culminating in the aesthetic upgrade of the park in a natural manner.