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So this is a few gardens from the Open Garden Squares Weekend in London. I only found out this year that this is held. And this was straight after my visit to Kew Gardens the previous weekend. So we planned to only visit on the Saturday this year. After our train journey in the first garden we found by St Pauls cathedral was Postman’s Park.
We then went onto Greyfriars Rose Garden near St Pauls Cathedral.
We then went on to the Inner Temple Gardens which are normally closed. This was really nice and I was so pleased that I got to visit this lovely garden.
And where I also found this gorgeous ginger cat.
We then crossed the Thames and went to see the roof garden at the Blue Fin Building. This was down by Southwark.
We then went on to the Crossbones Garden, which was a former burial ground for single women churchyard for medieval sex workers.
We ended at the Herb Garden at Southwark Cathedral.
It was a lovely experience, one that I am going to repeat next year and get to visit the gardens that are not public spaces. My ticket cost was £12. All information about Open Gardens can be found here.