Plants at Linnaeus’ Hammarby
All plants at Linnaeus’ Hammarby were either grown by Linnaeus or popular in gardens in the 18th century.
Outside the manor at Hammarby we have reconstructed Linnaeus’ plantings using his plant lists. About 40 species of plants also remain from Linnaeus’ time in the 18th century and constitute a valuable biological heritage.
Linnaeus' plants at Hammarby
Some 40 species planted by Linnaeus still thrive at Linnaeus' Hammarby. Texts in Swedish.
A monstrous toadflax
When Carl Linnaeus discovered Peloria he concluded that new species can arise in nature.
Apples and pears
Linnaeus' Apple is one of thirty cultivars of fruit at Hammarby.