This beautiful garden is located around an idyllic 19th century farmhouse on a peninsula on the southeast coast of Gotland, Sweden’s largest island. In the kitchen garden, straw mulch keeps crops tidy, separating rows of strawberries from clumps of nasturtiums. The Orangery, with its glorious walls and ceiling of glass, is the result of serendipity: a friend in Stockholm was getting rid of 12 full-height glass windows. Fitted together, they created a lean-to greenhouse. Draped canvas panels overhead create a shade canopy in the Orangery, where most meals are eaten during warm months. Colorful paper lanterns, souvenirs from a trip to Vietnam, hang suspended from plum trees in the orchard. Continue reading about this beautiful landscape at gardenista.com.