The range for forestry or garden plants increases continuously. Because there is a single place to order plants from, I have made a first assessment of the nurseries I have confidence. The list is updated continuously. Tell please about more nurseries that are good for forest garden plants!
Blekinge fruit trees Nursery: https://blekingefrukttradplantskola.se/
Wide range of unusual varieties of fruit trees, mainly apples, pear, plums and cherries.
B'STRÖÖ Trees and Shrubs (Oland): http://www.bstrootradobuskar.se/atbart
Exciting range of edible plants, a lot rarities.
Ebe Plant (Gränna): http://www.ebeplant.se/
It is at Ebe Plant that we purchased rootstocks and scions, but they also have a wide nursery catalog.
Exot.se (Stenstorp, Vastergotland): http://www.exot.se/
Wide range of many rare plants, of which a great deal that is good for the forest horticulture. Only Takeaway.
HeglePLANT.se (Ostersund): https://www.facebook.com/Hegleplant.se
A little nursery which only sells direct from the nursery located outside Östersund, and by a few dealers in the area. Has a solid selection of very rare plants for cold climates, both edible plants and clean ornamental plants.
Putt Myra nursery (Stjärnsund):
Our own little nursery for hardy woodland garden plants with focus on trees, bushes and climbers. We only sell this in place in Stjärnsund. NOTE Due to high demand, a large part of our range is already sold out in the spring 2020. Email us at email@example.com to get the upcoming assortment list.
Räveboda Nursery (Urshult, Småland): http://ravebodaplantskola.blogspot.com/
Small nursery with a wide range of common and rare edible plants. Selling only place in Urshult.
Blomqvist Nursery (Finland): http://www.blomqvistplantskola.com/
Have an exciting assortment of fruits and berries that are adapted to cold conditions. Many varieties are hard to come by in Sweden.
Westergaard's (Denmark): http://www.westergaards.dk/
The leading nursery for nuts that are adapted to the Nordic climate. Has also an assortment of other unusual edible plants.
The old varieties (Denmark): http://www.de-gamle-sorter.dk/
The nursery has a slightly svårnavigerbar homepage, but the range is affordable and very exciting. Have many great fruity hazelnut varieties and something as rare as cider apples.
Nursery Eggert (Germany): http://www.eggert-baumschulen.de/
Have a great range of common and some unusual edible plants. Has focused on the Swedish market.
Deaflora (Germany): http://www.deaflora.de/
Wide range of common and uncommon edible plants, with a strong focus on fruit and berries.
Helenion (Germany): http://helenion.de/
Focuses on herbaceous crops with a very wide range. You have to be early with his order, most plants is short.
Rarities nursery Manfred Hans (Germany): http://www.raritätengärtnereimanfredhans.de/
Have a wide range of exciting forest garden plants. Some highlights are nigerrenis-strawberry which is a promising ground cover with tasty berries, sorbaronia, a cross between chokeberry and rowan and figs from Bornholm, that will be one of the hardiest varieties available.
Rühlemann’s (Germany): https://www.kraeuter-und-duftpflanzen.de/
Whoa nursery that has a wide range of perennial vegetables and other mainly herbaceous woodland garden plants.
Wild fruit worm (Germany): www.wildobstschnecke.de
Have a great range of unusual edible plants, both tame and wild such.
Agroforestry Research Trust (England): http://www.agroforestry.co.uk/
Europe is probably the widest range of perennial crops. Also has a wide variety of seeds. Plants are sent usually by the end of October until end of November, which can be problematic in central Sweden and northern Sweden.