Spring in London is always a knockout. As we emerge from an extra-severe period of hibernation, the urge to get to the park and gawp at loads of pretty flowers becomes pretty intense. That urge will increase ten-fold when the lockdown restrictions list throughout March, April and May.
We might live in a sprawling capital city, but that doesn’t mean there aren’t tons of amazing green spaces to enjoy the season's pops of colour. From London's bright pink cherry blossoms to seas of lavender that swell in summer, take a look at our list of the best places to see flowers in London. Then (once it's allowed) why not head to one of the city's best pub gardens to go through all your almost identical flower photos?
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