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It was a rainy Sunday when I was walking through Regent’s Park. The rain had briefly stopped for a bit but started back up right when I hit the garden. I didn’t really mind the drizzle as the gardens were lovely. The roses were still...More
After catching a show in the city, the morning sun was beautiful so I Google mapped the route to Regent's Park. It wasn't far from where I was staying and once I entered the park the quiet was a welcomed sound. The grounds are beautifully...More
These gardens are free to get in and well worth a visit. Excellently maintained haven of tranquillity. A beautiful walk whatever your age with lots of plants and birds with a beautiful big pond that looks like a Monet painting
The roses at Queen Mary's Gardens were just starting when I visited them in mid-late May. If I wanted to go to see them all in full bloom, I would aim for Early June.
The labeling is good for a public park for gardeners who...More
There are dozens of exquisitely maintained roses on view here. It is a horticultural wonder and a a great idea to remind oneself of the beautiful things in life. It is easy to see in a place like this why people are admonished to stop...More
Created for Queen Mary in 1932, it had played out over the decades and was renovated in the 1990's. It is once again fit for a Queen. There are about 12,000 roses in 85 single-variety beds in a circle that also includes climbing roses. Use...More