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St Lawrence Jewry Garden

St Lawrence Jewry Garden is a small garden but nice to see specially if you are visiting Saint Paul Cathedral or Guildhall in London. It is a small water garden in front of the St Lawrence Jewry which is a Church of England Guild church. The original church was destroyed by the Great London Fire and rebuilt by Sir Cristopher Wren’s design. The church has water lilies and other water plants such as Pontederia Cordata also known as Pickerel Weed plus small borders of annuals and perennials: (Snapdragons, Coleus, etc.)

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St Lawrence Jewry Garden

The pool in front of St Lawrence Jewry Garden

St Lawrence Jewry Garden

St Lawrence Jewry Garden

Water Lily

Water Lily at St Lawrence Jewry Garden

Coleus

Coleus at St Lawrence Jewry Garden

St Lawrence Jewry Garden

St Lawrence Jewry Garden

St Lawrence Jewry Garden

St Lawrence Jewry Garden

St Lawrence Jewry Garden - Snapdragon

Yellow Snapdragons at St Lawrence Jewry Garden

St Lawrence Jewry Garden

Coleus

St Lawrence Jewry Garden

St Lawrence Jewry Garden

St Lawrence Jewry Garden

St Lawrence Jewry

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Splash of Yellow and Purple flowers at St Lawrence Jewry Garden

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Pontederia cordata pickerel weed

Pontederia cordata or also called Pickerel weed

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