The story starts back in 1929 when a poor farmer, Verner Svensson, left the emigrant area in the province of Småland and set up his home at the farm. Through sheer hard work he created his flower paradise, and during the fifties and sixties it became one of the most popular destinations in Sweden.
Constant arguments with the authorities made him very bitter, and in 1982 he closed down Blomstergården. For several years, until Verner Svensson's death in 1990, the "Jewel in the Garden of Sweden" slept undisturbed like Sleeping Beauty.
This meant that we were given the oppurtunity to revive Blomstergården, and it was re-opened in June 1991.
Welcome to Blomstergården!