Photo: Mia Olvång

The exhibition shows a lot of plants associated with the traditional Swedish Christmas – plants from all over the world. For example, see the growing ingredients in the traditional Swedish drink called "glögg". The ingredients are spiced vine with cinnamon, cardamom, ginger, cloves and sugar served hot with almonds and raisins.

Date: 22 November–12 December

Time: Weekdays between 11 am and 4 pm

Saturday and Sunday between 11 am and 5 pm

Venue: the Edvard Anderson Conservatory, Bergius Botanic Garden

Admission: 80 SEK, two children free with paying adult

Note that exhibition texts are written in Swedish, but please enjoy the plants and decoration anyway.

Guided tours for schools and other groups 
Guided tours of Christmas in the conservatory can be given.

Schools: for reservations during daytimes
Other groups: for reservations.