Woods of the World, The Rhododendron Woodlands, the new Sound Room in the Education garden are open.
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April’s collection of unmissable plants.
With the days starting to get longer and the weather improving in March, it’s the perfect time of year to visit Sir Harold Hillier Gardens
Bluebells aren’t just pretty, they can be useful too.
Our love affair with the rose runs so deep it’s difficult to imagine a plant heavier in symbolism and myth.
Don’t forget that a visit to the Gardens is just as good in the cold – just make sure to warm up with a hot drink from one of our cafes before or after you make your way round.
Sir Harold Hillier Gardens is deeply saddened to have learned of the death in recent days of John Sainsbury, Lord Sainsbury of Preston Candover KG
Using rosemary has been associated with all sorts of health benefits throughout history, from improving memory to keeping the bubonic plague at bay. But what’s fact and what’s folklore?
Take a stroll through the Gardens in January to reconnect with nature.
We caught up with Maki, who’s been with us since 2019, to hear her thoughts on volunteering at Sir Harold Hillier Gardens.
25 September 2021 − 9 January 2022
A wander through the Gardens in December will take you past a whole host of wintry delights.
Long before it became popular at Christmas parties, mistletoe has featured in our art, music, and stories - and it isn’t all as romantic as we might like to think.
Sir Harold Hillier Gardens
Ampfield Nr. Romsey
Phone 01794 368787
Sir Harold Hillier Gardens is a registered charity (274737)