Since there is a language barrier that complicates getting permissions, I am illustrating this post with my own photos that suggest ideas I've seen in Swedish blogs.
Among my favorite themes are the use of forced bulb flowers in winter: hyacinths, amaryllis and paperwhites; twine and raffia, dried moss and burlap to decorate pots; zinc containers, lots of white to reflect light, candles; creative use of brown paper and book pages; cookies.
I'm learning a few Swedish words. My favorite is Vaxthus -- the greenhouse. I'm wild about the way they decorate their greenhouses. A little table for tea, folding chairs, charming shelves, wicker, clay pots.
My wood roll-up path is actually imported from Russia.
The Stockholm design show, Formex, is featured on a number of blogs. Lots of decor ideas there.
Come summer, when the Swedish bloggers use their greenhouses most I expect many new ideas.
Sheet moss covers the soil in my hyacinth pots.
They need a twine bow around the pot before giving away.
I started a Scandinavian bloglist on the sidebar of Dotty Plants blog, which I am using for Greenhouse posts now.
Now to learn how to say, "I visited and think your blog is wonderful," without losing in the translation.
Where have you found inspiration?