The first glimpse of blooms after a long winter lacking in colour is always a delight! More than just being beautiful, researchers have found that exposure to flowers is also good for boosting your mental health! So if you’re wondering where to find early spring blossom in London, I’ve put together this little guide with some of my favourite West London spots 💁🏻♀️
When is the earliest I can see Cherry Blossom in London?
It very much depends on the weather, but these cherry trees tend to flower from mid to late February. If you’re looking for flowering trees in London between March – May, check out this guide instead!
| Where to see Spring Blossom in London |
- Addison Avenue, Holland Park
2. Portland Road, Holland Park
3. Lancaster Road, Notting Hill
This one’s just opposite the Museum of Brands.
4. Portobello Road, Notting Hill
You can find this insta-famous tree (yes, a tree that is famous. SRSLY! 😂) at the top end of Portobello Road, nearest to Notting Hill Gate.
5. Wetherby Gardens, Kensington
6. The Little Boltons, Kensington
7. Thurloe Street, South Kensington
This beauty is right around the corner from South Kensington tube station. You’ll probably spot people doing full-on photo shoots in front of it when it’s in full bloom!
Just a gentle reminder that these are people’s homes! So I’d recommend never going into their property, avoid standing or leaning on their walls or steps, keeping voices down when you’re there, and of course, never picking the flowers so that they can enjoy their beautiful surroundings too! ♥️
Happy hunting folks!