Created by Sir Harold Hillier in 1953, the award winning 180 acre gardens includes a wide variety of seasonal and special interest spaces including the Acer valley which should be developing the gold, orange and ruby tints typical of maples. The Centenary Border is the longest double mixed border in the country.
The website https://www.hants.gov.uk/thingstodo/hilliergardens/news/plants-of-current-interest-oct22 provides details of plants of interest.
There are two cafés and a restaurant on site to keep us fed and watered.
Fully Booked – with a waiting list.