|Vegetable Garden of Monastery of Santa Croce in Gerusalemme, Rome. Photo credit|
Not a specifically garden history post this time but rather a plea for help with a project I am working on. That is to identify the world's best small urban gardens - the quirkier and more unusual the better.
The main criteria are that the gardens must be a) hidden gems, that is to say so not well known about - although well know suggestions such as New York's Payley Park are most welcome. And b) the gardens must be open to the public - with or without an entrance fee.
|Fay Park, photo credit.|
The gardens can be historic or contemporary, for example Fay Park in San Fransisco - a rare example of a Thomas Church garden, or the delightful Wendy's Secret Garden in Sydney whose future is under threat.
|Wendy's Secret Garden. Photo credit: Time Out|
If you can help out with any suggestions, please do email me. I have also started a Pinterest page.
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