It might be hard to imagine when you’re stood in the middle of Piccadilly Circus, 🏙 but London is teeming with nature and greenery for you to enjoy. 🌱
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Underground in Bloom
Gardens can flourish in the most unusual of places and Underground in Bloom celebrates exactly that, recognising the London Underground staff who have added to their station by growing flowers, plants, fruit and vegetables in their stations. The gardens will be judged between the 30 July and 10 August, so get down to your nearest London Underground Station and enjoy the greenery!
Explore Kyoto Garden at Holland Park
This unique, Japanese style garden can be found in Holland Park and offers a bit of peace and quiet, perfect for a bit of reflection and relaxation.
Head to the Terrarium Garden at St. James’s Park
Head to St. James’s Park and enjoy the low-maintenance Terrarium Garden, which is filled with plants that thrive in the harsh environment of the Tube.
Visit Kew Gardens
With over 300 acres of garden, a tree top walk and the largest surviving Victorian glasshouse, Kew Gardens is a perfect day out.
Wander round the Barbican Conservatory
The Barbican Conservatory is the second largest in the world and is home to over 2,000 species of tropical plants.
Browse the nature illustrations at Sloane Square Underground
In partnership with Chelsea Physic Garden, where Hans Sloane himself was once trained, a new graphic feature has been created for the station by scanning and reassembling plant cuttings onto a vitreous enamel feature.