Your farming friend - Nelson Garden
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About Nelson Garden

With a bit of soil under our nails and hearts beating for gardening and cultivation, at Nelson Garden, we invite you to a world filled with garden products. 

Nelson Garden is today one of the market's leading players in the horticultural industry. But let's take it from the beginning! The year is 1933 in Belganet, a small community in Blekinge, Sweden. In a kitchen sofa, Georg Nilsson stores the seeds that will eventually be sold. The whole Nilsson family is involved. They often sit together around the kitchen table and fill seeds in small bags - the right amount of seeds in each bag.

Many years have passed since then and the kitchen sofa - which in itself is intact - no longer houses our business. Today we are a leading player in the horticultural industry, but even though we are a large company, we still have the feeling of being a smaller one. Everyone knows everyone and at breakfast there is often talk of a successful pepper cultivation on the veranda, or a loud discussion about the most suitable time for pruning apple trees. 

Yes, nothing makes us as engaged as when we talk about gardening, and it is often in these conversations that thoughts are born. Thoughts that eventually lead to new, wise solutions for an even simpler and more enjoyable cultivation life. We also have constant discussions about the environment and sustainability, topics that are close to our hearts. We strive to combine gardening and cultivation with sustainable organic development - we want our children and grandchildren to continue to be able to enjoy a sun-ripened tomato directly from the pot in the greenhouse, or perhaps pinch a couple of lettuce leaves out of the sugar box on the balcony!

From a kitchen sofa filled with seeds to a market leader. At Nelson Garden, we want to give you the joy of cultivation. Welcome!

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