Sweet peas are the fragrant delights of summer. Learn how to cultivate the most beautiful varieties. Learn more about the fascinating history of sweet peas. Cecilia Windgård has just written a book about sweet peas and has so much to tell us. Seeds, plants and her book can be purchased.
Date: 21 april
Heidi Palmgren has created Molin’s at Norrviken – a tribute garden to Ulla Molin’s design, transferred to our time. In the garden there will be for example a henhouse with a yard and happy, scratching hens, a nice seating area for days when you are looking for a sheltered corner and a grove, a must in a garden dedicated to Ulla Molin.
Date: 4 may
Sara Bäckmo runs the biggest garden blog in the Nordic countries “Skillnadens Trädgård”. (Garden of Difference) at sarabackmo.se. She has a big kitchen garden in the province of Småland and has almost achieved vegetable sufficiency all year round. Sara has written four books about kitchen gardening and inspires growers from the whole country to take the step towards growing more vegetables at home.
Date: 16 june
Eat the weeds! Stinging nettles, ground elder, goosefoot and other wild plants that so many people frequently remove from flowerbeds and gardens are good food. Nature is a fantastic larder! Follow herb specialist Lisen Sundgren and get acquainted with some our most common wild edibles.
Date: 16 june
Give the baroque a chance – in your own garden. Hedges and framed flowerbeds will be great even in a small garden. And in front of the strict sections you may let the perennials of the autumn spread. Quite simply – be a bit baroque. Garden journalist Gunnel Carlsson tells us about a grand style that can suit everybody. About designs, plants, people and places to be inspired by.
Date: 8 september
Annika Christensen and Jonas Bendroth tell us why everybody should grow shoots and sprouts and how they can be used in your food every day.
The courses have become incredibly popular, as climate smart food really is in line with the spirit of our time.
Date: 15 september