Bleeding Heart in St Hilda's Blossom Border, Hall Garden

Introduction to St Hilda's Gardens

Following the completion of our new Anniversary Building and Pavilion, we are continuing to transform our site and embed the buildings in the distinctive green space of our riverside setting. You can learn more about the past and future development of our gardens and grounds with the above film with our Horticultural Consultant, Walter Sawyer. Walter has also led some virtual strolls around St Hilda's grounds to tell us about the trees that can be found there, including our cedar trees, white mulberry tree, and quince tree.

We are developing our grounds so that St Hilda's will have one of the most attractive and most ecologically diverse of all College gardens, for the enjoyment of all students, staff and visitors. 

Fritiliaries in St Hilda's wildflower meadowColour in the Suffragette Border