A design has been made for the green areas, consisting of variously colored plants and trees that provide shade and shelter to the station square. There are two subtly different variants. In the existing areas at the height of the ‘De Colonel’ building, the green plants of the same height remain planted in a clear cross shape. The intermediate surfaces are again filled with low and diversely colored flower and plant species. At the station building however, the surfaces take on a more informal character. Here the same plants are mixed in a wild form, without a recognizable structure. The planting thus reflects the playful architecture of the station building versus the austere and rigid architecture of the ‘De Colonel’ building.