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The Phoenix Garden opened to the public in 1984, and is the last of the Covent Garden community gardens.
Situated on a former WW2 bombsite, the garden has very thin rubble-filled soil and benefits from the urban heat island effect due to its Central London location. This enables half-hardy plants such as the Giant Viper’s Bugloss (native to La Palma) to thrive.
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