This small pocket park can be found slightly hidden away in a corner of a side street near the Guildhall and owes its current existence to the Great Fire of London.
This modest little triangular plot is surrounded by two major roads, but also contains a very important memorial.
This is a very modern take on the pocket park, with lots of grey stones, green trees and mini-fountains.
A patch of council housing in Clerkenwell has been recently improved by replacing concrete and cars with grasses and greenery.
This is a rather desultory park, with a strong unpleasant odor on my visit, but it is notable for the absolutely gigantic tree that dominates the area.
This is an ornamental garden on the corner of Edgware Road and Sussex Gardens that despite its name doesn't contain any water.
This stepped series of gardens are the result of post war clearance, but has an industrial heritage that can be traced as far back as Roman times.
This garden is one of the legacies of WW2, as it sits on land that was badly damaged by bombing raids.
A curious delight can be found around the corner from Cannon Street station - a small garden cut out of the side of an office building.
If you're wandering around the back of the Barbican, you might spy a lot of steel tubes with a seemingly random selection of plants in them.
A small garden laid out in two circles can be found near Canary Wharf that was created in memory of those who have worked on the Isle of Dogs.
While the Thames garden bridge gets all the attention, why not pay a visit to a garden bridge that works, that lacks security guards, and rather than protests, when opened was lauded and applauded.
The people behind plans to convert a disused railway in Peckham into a public walkway are seeking financing through a crowdfunding campaign to raise £66,000 in start-up funds.
Around 50 years ago an association closed its books after successfully setting up over 470 public gardens around the UK.
After much anticipation, and recent complaints, the SkyGarden has accepted its first paying customers, and non-paying voyeurs and at last a chance for us mere mortals to see what the fuss has been about.