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The media pages of the Bergius Botanic Garden

On these pages you will find newsletters with information about various
events in the Bergius Botanic Garden.

For further enquiries, please contact us.


  • Harvest of pumpkins 2018-09-28 Different kinds of pumpkins are now arranged in the Vegetable Garden.
  • Outdoor Exhibition of Dyeing plants & Fibre plants 2018-08-24 An outdoor exhibition is currently being displayed in the area of Dyeing plants & fibre plants.
  • Kenaf - a useful hibiscus 2018-08-23 Kenaf has beautiful white and purple flowers. Its fibre can be used to manufacture rope, sacks, sails and paper.
  • Tulip tree in bloom 2018-06-25 Liriodendron tulipifera, commonly called tulip tree or yellow poplar, is blooming now. The flowers are yellow with an orange band at the base of each petal.
  • Closed on Midsummer 2018-06-14 The Edvard Anderson Conservatory and the Victoria House are closed on Midsummer Eve, Midsummer Day and June 24. The outside areas of the garden are open every day.
  • White handkerchiefs 2018-05-23 The handkerchief tree is blooming next to The Old Orangery, behind the spruce hedge.
  • Colourful flowering of tulips 2018-05-09 Many different tulip varieties are blooming near the Italian terrace.
  • Signs of spring in the park 2018-04-11 You can now see the iris, crocus and scilla in the Bergius Botanic Garden. Many large buds are about to hit out as peonies and rhubarb.
  • Bananas in bloom 2018-02-27 Right now, two bananas are bloom in the Edvard Anderson Conservatory.
  • The almond tree is in bloom 2018-01-17 The almond tree only blooms during a few weeks in January/February. Now it is spring in the Edvard Anderson Conservatory.

Contact information

For media related questions about the Edvard Anderson greenhouse:
+46-8-545 91 722,

For media related questions about the Victoria greenhouse and the outside garden:
AnnSofie Börjesson or Mia Olvång, information coordinators: +46-8-545 91 707, +46-8-16 14 57,