Spring gardens and parks to visit in London

Discover picturesque parks and glorious gardens as you escape to a green oasis in London this spring. From tranquil walled gardens to acres of open parkland, you are spoilt for choice at our places and spaces around the capital. See dazzlingly displays of daffodils in the orchard at Fenton House, or hundreds of heritage tulips at Ham House and Garden. Every time you stop and smell the flowers, you keep them looking great.

The garden at Fenton House

Fenton House and Garden 

Wander into the walled garden at Fenton House and find a sumptuous display of soft blossoms in the orchard. With the grass left to grow longer a meadow of seasonal wild flowers immerge accompanied by 2000 white hyacinths.

A view through the Hornbeam arch to The Cherry Garden, or East Garden with its statue and foliage at Ham House, Richmond-upon-Thames, London

Ham House and Garden 

Mosey through the meadow then soak up the sunshine on the plats. Get lost in colourful display of tulips or simply breathe in the scent of the fresh wisteria which runs along the wall of the Kitchen Garden and Orangery Café.

The gate leading into the walled garden at Osterley

Osterley Park and House 

Scented blooms fill the air as spring arrives at Osterley Park and House where rich aromas are accompanied by swathes of bright yellow daffodils. See cheerful cherry blossom line the Winter Garden as primroses poke through by the Temple of Pan.

The garden at Red House, Bexleyheath

Red House 

Settle into the iron garden seat at Red House and take in the spring delights in this secluded suburban space. See how William Morris shunned the formality of Victorian fashion and cultivated a outdoor space that drew inspiration from medieval times with a style that would inspired his iconic designs such as 'Trellis'.