- Princes Park, Liverpool — "one of the oldest parks in the country" (Lewis 70); with Joseph Paxton (1842)
- Victoria Park, Tower Hamlets (1845-50)
- Battersea Park (opened in 1853)
- Kennington Park (after the enclosure of Kennington Common in 1852; opened in 1854)
- The Italian Water Garden, Hyde Park (1861)
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