I’ve been on a bit of a Norway-fest this week because I finally finished sorting through all of our holiday photos. It was no small task I can tell you. These photos are from our accidental discovery of Muséhagen, the garden of the Museum of Bergen. We had a day where we hadn’t planned anything so we just started walking and this is what we found.
A little vegetable patch in the centre of the garden. Nyttevekster means ‘crops’. I took photos of the signs to help me work out the name of the garden when I got home and most of them translated to things like ‘keep off the grass’ and ‘air dog somewhere else’ (eh!?).
Autumn had well and truly arrived which mean’t most of the plants were on their last legs, but there were still bursts of colour dotted around. Look at the colour of these cabbages!
I absolutely love the smoky blue colour of this cabbage.
This plant is called Actaea Racemosa and I’ve added it to my ever growing wishlist of plants because it smelt so summery.
I’ve no idea what these berries are but the colour is lovely.
These Echinacea heads looked brown from a distance but up close they were dotted with tiny spikes of red and orange.
Crocus! Didn’t expect to see these growing in Norway in October!
On our way out of the garden I spied a metal frame greenhouse and couldn’t resist a peek inside.
These images are a big contrast to the mountain photos I’ve been sorting and blogging week. If you want to see some beautiful scenery check out these posts, I’d love to hear what you think: