Parks and squares are made wisely and carefully, but without ostentatious scrupulosity. Color-schemes are elaborate, and such factors as winter, bad weather and somberness are taken into consideration. That is why there are partly evergreen plants, partly gracefully falling leaves, and partly turning-reddish-by-winter scrubs. Swedes adore parks, and with the first warm days citizens rush to the lawns, be it someone walking with their children, or dogs, or accompanied by friends, grill, and beer. Even now, walking in the autumn park you can get as much buckthorn, hawthorn, and briar berries as you want.