Bergianska Trädgården

Stockholm, Sweden

 

Helena Öhman

Bergianska Trädgården, or the Bergian garden was founded in 1791 for the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences. It’s open to the public, and contains two main greenhouses, a japanese garden, and an aligning orangery.

Sit down for a cup of coffee in the small café to the main greenhouse called “E. Anderson’s greenhouse,” after which you can wander through the various rooms to explore plants from different climates. The second greenhouse the “Victoria greenhouse” (open May through September) showcases exotic flowers, and the famous giant water lilies, with their enormous leaves in the central pond. The surrounding areas will let you discover fruit trees, japanese gardens and ponds, a rose garden and much more.

If you happen to be here in the winter – no worries – E. Andersson’s greenhouse is open all year round. But please keep updated on their webpage to be absolutely sure.

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