The glass and iron Palm House stands as a glittering piece of art in the middle of the park. The specimen was famous Crystal Palace London, and has been a popular destination since the 1878th Close to 1 000 square meters you'll find various exotic plants, including palms of course. The nave, with its impressive floor to ceiling, houses some 30 different varieties. The nave is also a showroom where installations and exhibitions can take place.
The east wing is spices and exotic fruit trees. Inside the Water House, including the spectacular giant water-lily from the Amazon and various kinds of epiphytes. In the west wing are Mediterranean plants and inside the sophisticated Kamelia house.
George Löwegren, gardener and director of the Horticultural Society 1860-1916, was determined to build a large and stately greenhouses in the park, all according to recent fashion. He got through his will, despite the high costs it would entail. In London was Crystal Palace, Crystal Palace, inaugurated by himself Queen Victoria in Hyde Park during the World Expo 1852nd It had become a model for many glass houses, and even Palm House in the Garden Society. Löwegren convinced the financiers and traveled to Scotland where the greenhouse was built. From the outset, he knew enough to be his beloved palm trees would have pride of place. In the autumn of 1878 the ready-made greenhouse sensation, and in spite of the past high entrance fees pilgrimage Gothenburger here.