A photo essay – July blooms
I just can’t seem to stop taking pictures of flowers! I have added links to a blog I have just discovered (London wlogger – we seem to like the same things) and other London gardens which will be sure to delight.
The garden is round the back and I visited when the rest of the museum was being renovated.
It is now open. Website.
Don’t miss this blog which has great shots of the front of the building and much more. Londonwlogger.com
Other physic gardens include Chelsea which had contemporary art too.
And of course Kew.
You might not know about this community garden hidden behind St Pancreas. Camley Street.
The Kyoto Garden has reopened.
The Hill Garden and Pergola Hampstead
London Plantology. She’s also into aikido so must be good!
Is your favourite here? If not, please do comment with one I don’t know about or link to your own London garden.
Always check out footways.london for pleasant paths to cross London, a network of quiet and interesting streets.
Please note that this museum has now been renamed Museum of the Home as it has been acknowledged that Geffrye was a slave trader and therefore not an appropriate person to name an inclusive museum after.