Sir Harold Hillier Gardens (formerly known as the Hillier Arboretum) hold one of the greatest collections of hardy trees and shrubs in the world. Started by the late Sir Harold Hillier in 1953 and given in trust to Hampshire County Council in 1977, the Gardens now extend to 180 acres.

Within this unique collection of more than 42,000 plants (12,500 different types), visitors will find much of interest throughout the year.

To discover whether a particular plant or group of plants is represented in the collection, you can search their online plant records database. The information available includes the locations for most plants within the Gardens.

Sir Harold Hillier Gardens
Jermyns Lane
Hampshire SO51 0QA

A beautiful garden/arboretum in a woodland setting. There are low lying areas that have plenty of bog-type plants with a wonderful display of primulas and such. There are many mature (and labeled) trees in the collections as well as a large visitor center, nursery and shops. Another "must see" garden.

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