Avenue Gardens, Regents Park

Went out yesterday to Regents Park with two friends Kate who is a fashion designer and Carol garden design. The flower bed which I’d never seen before were so colourful, they must represent the best in English gardening design.

Some history from a web search

The Avenue Gardens, located near the Broad Walk, have formal displays of spring bulbs and summer bedding. There are tiered fountains, evergreen hedges and vast ornamental bowls filled with flowers.

The original ornaments in the Avenue Gardens have been restored and some Victorian-style planting has been re-introduced to provide year-round interest.

The Avenue Gardens were originally planted by John Nash as the Broad Walk with eight rows of trees. The trees did not thrive and were inspected by various experts, including the Victorian garden designer William Andrews Nesfield, who put forward a design for new formal gardens.

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9 thoughts on “Avenue Gardens, Regents Park”

          1. I was there as an au pair girl,:I looked after the two children when they weren’t at school and helped out with housework. But I had plenty of time to go to school and see my friends
            An AU PAIR is a foreign girl who lives with a family in return for doing light housework.

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