White and purple beds of delicate Crocuses are found at a number of London's parks. Kew Gardens are famous for their "Crocus Carpet," whereas Cannizaro Park boasts a precious Crocus Meadow. The flowers are in their full glory from late February through March. Kew Gardens are open from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., while Cannizaro Park in Wimbledon is open from 8 a.m. to 7 p.m.
The largest park in central London, Hyde Park has plenty of crocus fields which make it a perfect destination for early spring walks. St. James Park in Westminster also has a variety of early spring flowers that decorate beautifully the oldest royal park. It's a perfect place for a peaceful afternoon stroll among hundreds of colorful blooms in central London!
Crocuses are also abundant in Battersea Park, occupying 83 ha (200 acres) of marshland in Battersea, Wandsworth Borough. The park that lies on the south bank of the River Thames has perfect conditions for crocuses to strive. Visitors can also observe crocuses of various colors in most residential areas of London. The passion of British people for gardening is well known, and crocuses are one of the favorite early bloomers that create the festive spring-like atmosphere.