Source: Eve Piibeleht
Aaviku garden has been landscaped by the hands of nature itself – ice age brought together hundreds of boulders that are now surrounded by old trees.
This place is thought to be an ancient sacred grove with a clearly perceptible therapeutic effect.
The farm was established before the Great Northern War and it has been in the family of current owners since 1879. Over a thousand different plant varieties and species grow in the collection garden covering 1.5 hectares. Here, you can buy rare perennials, frost-proof hydrangeas and a large selection of peonies.
If ordered in advance, garden tours and lectures on garden therapy are available.