Hypericum Trial

The Sir Harold Hillier Gardens have planted a Hypericum trial near Jermyn's House

Hypericum Trial

The Sir Harold Hillier Gardens have planted a Hypericum trial near Jermyn's House. This is a three year trial in association with the Royal Horticultural Society. The aim of the trial is to:

  • establish garden worthiness
  • resolve any naming problems
  • assess their medicinal properties

The trial includes approximately 65 different types of plants. The Hypericum lancasteri is grown in the Gardens. It is named in honour of our patron Roy Lancaster.

Come and visit to get inspired for your own garden.

Video of Roy Lancaster speaking to Carol Klein about our Hypericum Trial

Looking good now All year Formal planting