Discover a secret vegetable and cutting garden behind the Church of the Knights’ Templar (next to the Master’s Garden which is also opening for LOG 2023). Admire two fine mulberry trees planted to commemorate Queen Victoria's Golden Jubilee in Fountain Court. Charles Dickens sought inspiration for scenes in Pickwick Papers and Great Expectations around these squares. A micro-climate allows tender species to flourish. A beautiful pollinating garden for bees has been created under a Cornus Kousa. Please note the closing time is now 30 minutes earlier than in the printed programme.
Head gardener will give tours throughout the day. Refreshments available till 4pm.
Access to the Temple via Middle Temple Lane through gate on the Embankment alternatively from Tudor Street. No entry via Fleet Street. To enter the main garden itself, follow signs from Fountain Court. Nearest postcode: EC4Y 9AT
This is one of London's oldest gardens, lying between Fleet Street and the Embankment. Famed for its sumptuous herbaceous borders, overlooking lawns interspersed with mature trees, and its views out to the River Thames and London's famous landmarks.
The beautiful, secluded garden of the Stationers' Company returns after three years of the Hall's refurbishment. This hidden treasure in the heart of the City of London is an inspirational example of a shaded garden.