Virtual Strolls of St Hilda's Gardens
Virtual Strolls Around St Hilda's Gardens

Learn about the trees and plants at St Hilda's as well as the history of our gardens and our plans for their future development on some virtual strolls around them. 

Our Gardens Consultant, Walter Sawyer, leads a virtual stroll through St Hilda's gardens. Join Walter and Emeritus Research Fellow, Dr Sarah Watkinson, to see the blossom border, suffragette border, and wildflower walk in Hall Garden and the rock garden in the riverside walkway in South Garden and learn about the Gardens Committee's plans for their future development. 

Learn from Walter about the cedar trees at St Hilda's, the only college in Oxford to have three different varieties in its grounds.

Join Walter on a virtual stroll through St Hilda's College grounds to find out more about the Pinus nigra maritima, or Corsican pine.

Walter tells us about the different varieties of holly at St Hilda's and how this plant became a Christmas tradition. 

 

Learn about Mistletoe, its place in Christian and pre-Christian traditions, and why it thrives at St Hilda's College in Oxford from our Garden Consultant, Walter.

Daffodils on South Lawn
Daffodils on South Lawn