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.
For the moment Uppsala Linnaean Garden's searchable databases is not working properly. Please contact us for further information about our living collection.
One of the main tasks of The Linnaean Gardens is to provide plant material for research. Many of the plants in the gardens have been gathered during expeditions around the world. If you, as a scientist, need further information about specific plants in our gardens, please feel free to contact us.
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The garden herbarium is located at the Museum of Evolution at Uppsala University.