Queen's Elm Square is a Tudor private court and it's famous only since a legend said tha Queen Elizabeth I found shelter under the Elm that it's still in the center of the court. For this reason, even if it's a private court and so not open to visit, it's listed to the London Inventory of Historic Green Spaces.
by Elisa, Queen's Elm Square, London, 2001:
It's between Chelsea and Kensington, and really, it's no more than an half circle of green, but the joy I felt while searching for it was enough to leave me a beautiful memory. The photo is taken from behind the fence, so it's nothing special, only a way to fix the memory.