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Rose Garden

The Rose Garden (Rosengården) in front of Sagaliden was created in 1964. There are some fifty species of roses in the garden, mostly older sorts of historical interest such as bush roses, park roses, wild roses and climbing roses.

In the box-hedged beds there are modern remontant roses that bloom several times in succession as well as summer and autumn-flowering perennials with a view to keeping the garden in bloom for as long as possible. Most of the older roses only flower once a year about midsummer.

During the summer four winged marble cherubs grace the four quarters of the Rose Garden, symbolizing the four elements of earth, water, fire and air.