Queen Mary’s Gardens is at the southern end of Regent’s Park, near York Gate, containing London’s largest collection of roses. There’s also the Delphinium Border, the Mediterranean Border, and the Begonia Garden.
As with any area of a park, you can just stroll through it, but these gardens are meant for more than that, which is why benches are placed as strategic points throughout.
If you like flowers, and especially roses, the best time to visit is early June.
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