Hundreds of London's top gardens open to the public next week for Open Garden Squares Weekend. To celebrate London's gorgeous horticulture, here are some top Open Garden Squares participants looking particularly pretty on Instagram.
Visit the newly reinstated Beech Gardens at the Barbican, developed by Professor Nigel Dunnett, the chap behind the beautiful planting at the Olympic Park.
Bee boles, herb gardens and Tudor brickwork all feature in the amazing Eastbury Manor House Walled Garden. Take your wallet — there's plants on sale too.
One of several farms taking part in Open Garden Squares Weekend, Freightliners in north London has children's activities on the Saturday morning.
Visit the 17th century style knot garden in the grounds of the Garden Museum and pay homage to the famous 17th century gardeners and plant hunters, the John Tradescants, father and son who are buried there.
More 17th century loveliness here, including a beautiful walled kitchen garden. And a cafe with a menu featuring their produce.
Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park
You'll need to prebook if you want to take a volunteer-led tour of the Olympic Park this weekend.
Spitalfields City Farm
Look out for the famous Coriander Club gardens at Spitalfields City Farm, full of Bangladeshi vegetables.
For full details of Open Garden Squares Weekend, visit opensquares.org. And don't forget to tag any beautiful garden photos with #londonist this weekend.