Pictures of Sweden's floral emblem Scottish bluebell
- Date: –
- Location: Linnéträdgården, Svartbäcksgatan 27 Orangeriet
- Organiser: The Linnaean Gardens of Uppsala in collaboration with Swedish Botanical Society
- Contact person: Per Erixon
- Utställning, Kulturevenemang
During the summer and autumn of 2021, the Swedish Botanical Society arranged a contest to celebrate our new national emblem: the Scottish bluebell, Campanula rotundifolia, known in Sweden as "small bluebell". In this exhibition, the Society shows a selection of contributions in different techniques - photo, painting and digital illustrations.
Open daily during June-August, in September Tuesday-Sunday. Midsummer's Eve closed. In the Orangery. The building may be temporarily closed due to private events.
Entrance fee to the Linnaeus Garden (including the Orangery) and the Linnaeus Museum is 100 kr. Free admission for children under 18, as well as for employees and students at Uppsala University.
Utställningar Linnéträdgården och Linnémuseet
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Linnéträdgården, Svartbäcksgatan 27
The Linnaeus Garden 100 years
After several years of renovation by the Swedish Linnaeus Society, The Linnaeus Garden was reopened on May 27, 1923. Small exhibition with black and white photographs from the early 20th century. taken during the period when the garden was restored and converted from a park to a museum garden.