The garden design was inspired by the classic book written by the author and poet Tirzta Atar. The book is about a lion who mistakenly thought he liked strawberries until he met a group of children who had brought strawberries with them to the forest. The lion then tasted strawberries for the first time. The garden, which was designed by landscape architect Karni Gerstein, contains many sculptures designed by sculptor Asaf Lifshitz. Visitors will find a large, impressive bronze sculpture depicting a lion with a bunch of strawberries in its mouth, a sculpture of a colored strawberry with a boy sitting on top of it, in front of whom there is a life-size bronze sculpture of two children, a sculpture of a large plate containing French fries and a skewer-shaped device. Apart from the impressive sculptures, the garden also includes sports and game facilities, grass areas and vegetation, and seating and recreation areas.