As spring sets in London, the city abounds with flowers. Yellow daffodils are the first to come to London's parks in March; the best view is available in St. James's Park. Kenwood House's surroundings show off with magnolias. Some are also found around St. Mary's Le Strand, a church built in 1715. April brings even more flowers, including cherry blooms at Kew Gardens and in Regent's Park, and bluebells in the meadows of Osterley Park, and Isabella Plantation.
Tulips are splendid in Kensington Gardens, St. James's Park, Regent's Park, and particularly around Buckingham Palace—its Memorial Gardens number nearly 28,000 tulips. The Privy Gardens built around 1530 for Henry VIII are well-known as a great place to spot an unbelievable variety of around 33,000 flowering plants. May offers its own floral variety, namely, azaleas found aplenty in the Isabella Plantation, rhododendron collection planted around the Kenwood House, and at last gorgeous wisteria blossoms at the Hampstead Heath Pergola.