Welcome to the gardens of the father of modern taxonomy
A year and a half ago, I went to Carl von Linnés two homes and gardens, in and just outside of Uppsala. Carl von Linné is called "father of modern taxonomy" because he brought order to the species of this planet some 300 years ago. Yet today, we use more or less the same system. In may I went to his summer home, the whole garden unfortunatly isn't preserved, but it's still beautyful.