Hellekis Manor boasts borders of perennials with 300 different varieties and a magnificent rose garden with old-fashioned roses. A sight not to be missed.
Hellekis Manor Garden
The garden dates way back in time and was mentioned by Carl Linnaeus on his Wästgötaresa (expedition to Västergötland) in 1746. The walnut trees growing at Hellekis were also mentioned. Today up to 10,000 walnuts can be harvested per year from the two trees in the garden. Several other exotic trees have been planted over the years, including ginkgo biloba, cucumber tree and true chestnut. Borders of perennials with 300 different varieties and a magnificent rose garden with old-fashioned roses are just some of the unmissable features. The aforementioned areas of the garden are open to visitors from May to September. In the large greenhouse you can purchase some of the plants from the manor.
Hellekis Trädgårdscafé & Kök (Restaurant & Café)
Enjoy delicious ‘fika’ and dining in a beautiful setting. Open in June: Thursday-Sunday 11.00-17.00, 1 July-19 August: Monday-Sunday 11.00-18.00.