In the garden
There is great excitement in the Fulham Palace garden in spring, where every day brings joyful growth and change. Daffodils pop up all over and a mass of spring bulbs, including a blue moat-like display, can be enjoyed at the All Saints Church end of the garden.
The walled garden vinery becomes packed to the brim with tender annuals waiting to be planted out when the risk of frost has gone. The woodland walk is transformed with cow parsley, bluebell blooms and fresh young foliage on the hazel coppices. Trees come into blossom, including the trained fruit in the walled garden and the orchard. The walled garden wisteria starts to bud and up gives a stunning floral display on its new metal hoop supports.
These spring blooms not only give a welcomed display but also are providing fantastic early food source for pollinators.
What to look out for
• gorgeous spring bulb displays
• apple arch and orchard blossoms
• the beautiful wisteria in bloom
• bird song and wildlife activity
Find out more about our garden.
Natural play area
Our new natural play area is now open! This play area uses logs and wooden objects saved from previous tree work on site as a basis for natural play, encouraging families to connect with nature in a fun and enjoyable way. Children are encouraged to interact creatively with natural materials set in a woodland area of our botanic garden.
Falconry experience in the walled garden
Join the team from London Falconry to discover the origins of falconry and how it relates to the fascinating history of Fulham Palace, flying through the idyllic gardens and woodland nestled in the heart of London.