In the garden

Spring

There is so much excitement in the Fulham Palace garden in spring, every day brings growth and change. Daffodils and other spring flowers are popping up up all over, and the new display of blue flowers and daffodils in what was once the moat displays can be seen at the All Saints church end of our site.

The vinery will soon be 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 and 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. These spring blooms not only give a welcomed display but also are providing fantastic early food source for pollinators.

narcissus flowers and bluebells with the palace in the distance

Look out for:

  • gorgeous spring bulb displays
  • blossom on the apple arch and in the orchard
  • the beautiful wisteria in bloom
  • bird song and wildlife activity

Find out more about our garden.

Garden opening times

Botanic garden

dawn until dusk

Walled garden summer

10.15 – 16.15

Walled garden winter

10.15 – 15.45