Gardens of Germany and Sweden

Rock Garden Asian Section at Goteborg BG2

Just back from a whirlwind 10 day trek to visit gardens of Germany and Sweden.  Lots of amazing plants, many new to me, and others nearly unrecognizable because of their incredible growth rates…especially many of our own native plants.  Here is a photo of the amazing rock garden at the Goteborg Botanic Garden…unquestionably one of the finest botanic gardens in the world, and a bucket list destination for all plant nerds.  When I finish the trip diary, we’ll add it to the website.


4 thoughts on “Gardens of Germany and Sweden”

  1. I was in Germany from early July – early September 20 years ago. I’ve never seen so many gorgeous flowers in my life. Everything that blooms here in, like, one week in May stayed blooming the whole time over there. I know the winters are probably crap but darn, the summer and the plants were amazing. Also, think of the daylight they’re getting – the days are longer over there in the summer.

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