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Rosendal Garden

Rosendal Garden in Stockholm, Sweden is all about the produce. Organic, biodynamic gardening is used to grow food for the on-site cafe and bakery, but this is also a place where visitors come in their droves to wander, to learn and to eat.


GAP Photos/Matteo Carassale

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These gardens have been nurtured by gardeners for centuries, resulting in high quality soil and a large scale market garden. The process of biodynamic gardening is returning to a natural system of growing using natural methods of crop rotation, composting and using manure. It is extremely popular with visitors who come to relax and eat but it is also a place of learning. Rosendal staff run regular workshops and even consultations for people who wish to improve their own gardens or balconies.

Autumn is a wonderful time to visit, there has been plenty of produce to harvest, the low sun lights up the changing leaves and the garden is a delight to explore. Almost everything is for sale, the plants, produce, herbs and even bread from the artisan bakery too.



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