Not a primate in sight.
Greenery in hidden places.
An oasis of calm.
An oasis off Charing Cross Road.
We weren't expecting that.
Peace and quiet in Chelsea...just watch out for Victorian Batmen.
Dig through the 'Nature-ist' archive and tell us where to go next.
A formal Haringey garden fallen into wondrous wild neglect.
We find little bit of the green stuff in busy bustly Kennington.
Through open parkland, shady lanes and grassy fields.
What are those four mounds flanking the A40 at Northolt?
A surprisingly quiet slice of green behind Ladbroke Grove station.
A 200 year old public park and former burial ground.
A charming linear park landscaped alongside the New River in Islington.
40 acres worth of green space sandwiched between Brompton Road, Fulham Road and Stamford Bridge football ground.
A natural woodland park jam packed with graves and riddled with ivy.
A meadow full of stunning wildflowers in the middle of an undulating park.
A wonderfully imposing semi-wild cemetery surrounded by iron gates.
A 'pocket park' behind car-choked Old Street.
33 acres of woodland and meadow in east London.
A microclimate in Mayfair.
A waterway walk from Little Venice to Limehouse.
A romantic, overgrown, meadowy and wistful burial ground.
Cemetery built on the site of the ancient Great North Wood.
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