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Stockholm’s Most Beautiful Garden Center

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Stockholm’s Most Beautiful Garden Center

July 5, 2012

If you are in Stockholm and feel a sudden urge for lunch or to buy a plant–pretty much anything that grows in Sweden, in fact–the garden shop and cafe at Zetas Tradgard will satisfy both needs.

In addition to plants, gardening tools, outdoor furniture, and pots, Zetas offers yard services and consultations for anyone lucky enough to live nearby. A few miles south of Stockholm, Zetas serves pastries and other menu items in the cafe.

Photographs via Zetas, except where noted.

Above: Boxwood, fruit trees, roses, climbing plants–Zetas has a large assortment of plants.

Above: For sale in the shop, a selection of galvanized watering cans.

Above: Terra cotta pots for sale.

Above: On the cafe menu, salads and other lunch items.

Above: Oh, and dessert.

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