The Inner Temple Garden is a plantsperson’s delight. The ‘City’ microclimate provides the conditions for layered plantings containing many unusual and special plants for all seasons.
The famous Borders shine from late spring till the end of the year with an exuberant and experimental tapestry. The tapestry mixes woody specimens, perennials, bulbs and annuals. These include dramatic gems such as the Chinese Rice Paper Plant (Tetrapanax papyrifer ‘Rex’), Dahlias (including Tree Dahlia Dahlia imperialis), and Giant Fennels (Ferula communis) weaved with ornamental grasses, salvias, geraniums and self-seeders providing spontaneity. All carefully designed to provide a long season and nectar to the City’s local beehives.