I have been visiting London for over 25 years and had no idea this little garden spot was in Chelsea: I know it know.
A French, Lady friend of mine, a resident of Chelsea, invited me to join her for a late morning visit to this apothecaries' garden on a recent spring morning: was I surprised. This little place (well, not so little) is in the heart of Chelsea, just off Kings Road and very near historic Christ Church, the famous Royal Hospital, and Sir Thomas Moore's place of residence. It has been a garden since 1673.
The Garden is a great get a way from the bustle of the high street. If one has an interest in learning more about medicinal plants, and plants in general, this is a great little adventure. It's also a great place for a glass of wine or a light garden lunch in a very pleasant garden setting.
A visit takes about an hour and one will find it refreshing. It is a nice place to add to ones visit to Chelsea.
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