Many surprises, unusual trees and shrubs are hidden behind the railings of this large London square. The first square to be developed by architect Henry Holland for Lord Cadogan at the end of C18, it was then called the London Botanic Garden. Mulberry trees planted for silk production at end of C17. Cherry trees, magnolias and bulbs are outstanding in spring.
Features and Attractions
Beautiful 300 year old Black Mulberry Tree (originally planted to produce silk, but incorrect variety!). This was once the home of the Royal Botanic Garden. Now featuring a Bug Hotel & Children's Playground.
Contact and Booking Details
Booking details and information at this website.
Reserve tickets at this website2021-05-22 10:00 2021-05-22 10:00 Europe/London Visit a garden - Cadogan Place South Garden (Chelsea) Many surprises, unusual trees and shrubs are hidden behind the railings of this large London square. https://www.ianvisits.co.uk/calendar/2021/05/22/visit-a-garden-cadogan-place-south-garden-chelsea-255082 Cadogan Place South Garden,Sloane Street,Chelsea ,London
Cadogan Place South Garden,