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Isabella Plantation, Richmond Park, Kingston upon Thames, Greater London,  by 1771 it is shown on maps as Isabella Slade, Isabella may have been the wife or daughter of a member of staff at Richmond Park but it is more likely to be a corruption of the word Isabel, which was used as far back as the 15th century to mean dingy or greyish yellow, the colour of the soil in this part of the park. Such a stunning Royal park and not to be missed

The Isabella Plantation in Richmond Park, south-west London, England (by Howard Somerville). - The Isabella Plantation is an ornamental woodland garden, full of exotic plants, that are all year around in bloom !

Red Deer, Richmond Park, London - it is a city with many faces - including natural ones!

Red Deer, Richmond Park, London - It is a city with many faces - including natural ones!

Richmond Park--the largest Royal Park in London; famous for red and fallow deer; features the Isabella Plantation, several notable buildings, and a protected view of St. Paul's Cathedral

A year in the life of Richmond Park: Photographer captures London’s secret wildlife

Photographs of Richmond Park by london wildlife photographer Alex Saberi. His amazing photos of richmond park, london have been featured in numerous magazines and newspapers. Prints and book available.

Richmond Park | 18 Incredible Places You Won't Believe Are Actually In London

Richmond Park

Richmond Park - Closest station: Richmond, Zone 4 Fare from Zone Answer the call of the wild with a trip to the vast Richmond Park in west London. The area features dense woods and sprawling fields, and there’s always a good chance of a deer sighting.

Richmond Park, London, October :: Photo By Sam Rowley

Red Deer (Cervus elaphus) at Richmond Park, London. Photograph capture by Sam Rowley