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Gordon Square Garden

Gordon Square Garden
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The houses at Gordon Square were built between 1820 and 1850. The Gardens were designed and laid out by the 6th Duke of Bedford who named them after his second wife, Lady Georgina Gordon. The houses around the Square later became the focus of the Bloomsbury Group. The Gardens have a wide variety of shrubs planted around the perimeter under mature plane trees. In the south west  corner  of the Gardens there is a well established area of woodland ground flora, including bluebells, cow parsley and dog violets. Source: bloomsburysquares.wordpress.com