This is the weekend when you can visit gardens in London not usually open to the public.
On top of that you can enjoy special activities and discover gardens you didn’t know existed.
213 gardens are taking part in the 2011 weekend, 31 of which are new this year. Some of our highlights include:
Natural History Museum
With over 2,000 British plant and animal species, the wildlife garden at Natural History Museum contains a number of habitats, including woodland, chalk meadow, heathland and ponds. Meet the scientists and volunteers who work in the garden during Open Garden Squares Weekend and buy some wildflower plants to take home.
Regents Park Allotment Garden Open Day
Take a walk around the growing fruit and veg- this place was created as part of an urban food growing project in the heart of the city.
Fulham Palace Meadows Allotments
Take a guided tour of the Fulham Palace Meadows Allotments and browse the plant and produce stalls.
Take the chance to see green spaces at this amazing destination usually closed off to the general public.
To find out more and see the full list at www.opensquares.org