kariola Gardens of Österlen

Blessed by mild climate on the most southern part of Scandinavia, rich with fertile earth and water, Österlen is home of many parks and gardens. Here you can read more about gardens in Österlen.
Växkraft or Rosenhagen at Skåne - Tranås is a garden center and a plant nursery, just  ´a place` for any kind of gardener. MORE
Dec 26, 2016 / Per Baker´s Gamla Bryggeriet, or "Old brewery" in Smedstorp is a garden worth to visit, no matter the season. MORE 

DSC 0268 gardens / Haven
Haven in Gärsnas is a garden, shop, café and a gallery of about 5000 square meters.Haven consists of different spaces with different characters, exhibitions, various events and projects during the year. MORE

prva gardens / Gamla bryggeriet

A real pearl in Smedstorp. "Gamla bryggeriet" or the "Old Brewery", is a small and intimate house garden, but a real piece of art with many exciting corners.   MORE
Österlenkryddor is a family farm managed in the tradition of kitchen-gardens of Österlen. Thyme, Sage, Oregano, Mints, Lavender, Savory, Lovage, Rosemary...and much MORE 

arb gardens / Esperöd Arboretum
Once forgotten, Kivik´s Arboretum shines today in its beauty and natural richness.There are trees from all over the world, many species with different variations, and they all seem to have it really nice. MORE
I Vått och Torrt ( "In Wet and Dry" )  is a charming garden and design store driven with unique personal touch by gardening designer Carina Ljung.  MORE   

garden2 gardens Österlen Trädgårdskonst

Österlens Garden Art, or Österlen Trädgardskonst is a family owned business that manufactures concrete figures and art for gardens. MORE

In Hammenhög we found a little but very charming garden, a little corner of Mediterranean in Österlen. MORE
krusbar big wonders from our little garden Gooseberry
In many gardens of Österlen one can find Gooseberry bushes. Yellow, red or green, this sweet & sour fruit is very popular in the region..MORE
Ground elder or the Goutweed, or Kirskål in Österlen, is a perrenial plant that can be found all around. Popular in Roman times, it spread all over Europe with monks who cultivated it in monastery gardens. MORE 

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