Sir Harold Hillier Gardens
The Sir Harold Hillier Gardens is an arboretum comprising 72 hectares accommodating over 42,000 trees and shrubs in about 12,000 taxa, notably a collection of oaks, camellia, magnolia and rhododendron.
|Sir Harold Hillier Gardens|
An autumn view from the visitor centre
|Operated by||Hampshire County Council|
The Gardens are located 5 km (3 mi) northeast of the town of Romsey in Hampshire, England, and were formerly known simply as the Hillier Arboretum, founded by nurseryman Harold Hillier in June 1953 when he acquired Jermyns House and its grounds.
- Historic England. "Sir Harold Hillier gardens and arboretum (1001367)". National Heritage List for England. Retrieved 27 December 2019.
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