This garden was a part of Fulham Palace's grounds until 1935, when it was given to the church for a new vicarage. It is home to some beautiful mature trees including a magnolia, dark-leafed maple and a Cotinus (also known as Smoketree), and the house is covered in wisteria.
Diane Mulholland is the garden's poet in residence for Open Garden Squares 2016
Open Saturday 11am-4pm and Sunday 2-5pm
Discover the secret, the abundant and the most fertile corners of the city for one weekend this summer (Saturday June 18 - Sunday June 19 2016) as proud gardeners throw open the doors to cherished raised beds on rooftops and enchanting wildflower woodlands, all part of one the loveliest London events in June: Open Garden Squares Weekend. Check out some of our favourite green spaces on the bill this year and go get snooping.