Be inspired by our gardeners and experience the beauty of the West Swedish landscapes.
At most of the gardens you’ll find accommodation, food and shops nearby.
Trädgårdsresan’s venues are members of the Society of Gardens in West Sweden.
Restored visitor garden with roots as far back as the 1600s – part of the listed Västra Gatan street. Parkland trees, perennials and rockeries leading up towards the lookout point, with a view of the Göta River. Open all year round. Guided tours by arrangement. At certain times we also do guided tours of Strandparken, finalist in Park of the Year 2017.READ MORE
Open garden with greenhouse, kitchen garden, herb garden, farm shop and heritage trail. Experience ecology in practice here. We offer courses and unique experiences and can arrange guided garden tours. Worth noting – GPS sometimes shows the forest road which is not passable.READ MORE
Eriksgård in Tvååker
Our focus is on growing perennials that suit our Swedish climate. Mainly wholesale trade but also other sales methods. Lovely private garden that can be shown by arrangement.READ MORE
Garden trails in two gardens; the old nursery garden and the owner’s private garden. Unique and personal. An unusual selection of bushes, trees and perennials.READ MORE
Gunnebo House & Gardens
Well preserved, neoclassical summer residence with a terraced French formal garden, and large reconstructed kitchen gardens. All enclosed within an English landscape garden with lovely walking trails.READ MORE
Recreated 19th century manor house garden divided into four areas. Formal garden, kitchen garden, English rose garden, classic English garden and also a Scottish moorland garden, apple orchard and show garden.READ MORE
Känn Sensory Garden
A family owned garden with six different rooms, each one designed to bring about a special feeling and state of mind.READ MORE
Show garden attached to a listed historic building from the 1700s in Stenunge village. Plants cultivated using pioneering methods. Courses, guided tours, building restoration and nature trails.READ MORE
A garden which took root in the 1600s. Traces of the past can still be seen today. Guided tours of the private garden.READ MORE
A must for magnolia enthusiasts. Show garden, kitchen garden, woodland and nursery. Sales of trees, perennials and bushes. Own ceramics. Open garden.READ MORE
Historic park dating back to the 1500s, with kitchen garden, markets, workshops and guided tours. Walking trails adjacent to the manor. Large child friendly open areas. Shop and silversmith.READ MORE