Wednesday 28 April 2021

London Open Gardens 2021: Featured Gardens Announcement


Featured Gardens Announcement

London Open Gardens 2021
5.30-7pm Saturday 12 June and then on demand

Exploring London’s formal squares, historic allotments, award-winning community spaces and breath-taking  rooftop  gardens. 

During the 90 minute, live and fully interactive programme, there will be an exclusive interview with Executive Chef Peter Fiori of Coutts’s Skyline Garden, as well as other guests (to be announced), a horticultural quiz and prize competition. We are also delighted to now announce some of the gardens that ticket holders will be able to enjoy virtually throughout the programme - Keep reading to see the list of gardens. Further gardens and special studio guests will be announced as they are confirmed. 

Book Your £8 Early Bird Ticket

 Cannon Bridge Gardens:  

This private rooftop terrace garden offers stunning views of London's  skyline and is a perfect example of planting for biodiversity right in the heart of the city... Read More 

 The Aga Khan Centre:  

Part of the new Aga Khan Centre the contemporary Islamic Gardens at King’s Cross  - have been designed to showcase the diversity of Muslim cultures and also to bring a conceptual ribbon of Islamic-inspired gardens to this developing area. There are six gardens... Read More 

 The  British Medical Association:  

The home of the UK's professional association for doctors. This picturesque garden is a hidden central London gem. It was built on the site of Tavistock House, once the home of novelist Charles Dickens... Read More

 Approach Gardens: 

Award-winning Approach Gardens in Bethnal Green is a thriving community food garden which... Read More 

 The Deanery:

This gem of a secret riverside garden, just beside the Globe Theatre, belongs to the Dean of Southwark Cathedral's private residence and dates back to 1712... Read More

 Eccleston Square: 

Eccleston Square is named after Eccleston in Cheshire, part of the Duke of Westminster-owned estates. Created from a low-lying swamp, it was drained in the early 17th century... Read More 

 The Ismaili Centre:  

This beautiful roof garden in the heart of Knightsbridge is a sanctuary of calm set against the backdrop of a bustling city. It reflects motifs from Islamic architectural heritage... Read More

 Royal Crescent Gardens: 

Robert Cantwell laid out the Royal Crescent Gardens in 1846. Perimeter railings, removed in WWII... Read More 

 Ladbroke Square Garden:

This Grade II-listed garden in Notting Hill was originally the site of the Hippodrome racecourse entrance... Read More

 The Gardens of the Honourable Society of Middle Temple:   

Wander (virtually) through courtyards and cloistered areas of barristers’ chambers and discover a secret vegetable and cutting garden behind the Church of the Knights’ Templar... Read More

 Core Landscapes:

A closed community garden in Hommerton. Core Landscapes transforms vacant land in deprived urban areas into hubs for community engagement... Read More 

 Barbican Wildlife Garden:  

The Royal Horticultural Society and London in Bloom awarded this garden a Level 5 Outstanding 'It's Your Neighbourhood Award' in 2018... Read More 

 Alara Permaculture:  
These interlinked gardens on Camley Street have been created from a piece of derelict land, just a 10-minute stroll from King’s Cross... Read More

 The Greenwood Centre: 

The Greenwood Centre is Camden's first Centre for Independent Living run by people with disabilities... Read More


Book Your £8 Early Bird Ticket