London Botanical Gardens

Botanical Gardens .—These are also situated in the Regent's Park, occupying the chief portion of the space within the inner circle.  They belong to the Botanical Society, and contain a very choice collection of trees, shrubs, flowers, and plants generally.  Admission by strangers can only be obtained through the medium of the members, or occasionally on the payment of rather a high fee.  On the days of the principal flower and plant shows, these gardens are especially distinguished by the display of aristocratic fashion and beauty.