Flowers in University College Oxford GardensWhilst historic buildings dominate the College, they are set amongst lawned Quads and gardens, full of colourful borders and a number of mature trees. The gardens constantly change with plantings made to allow for a succession of colour and form, throughout the whole year, and provide a wonderful place to sit and study or simply relax.

Flowers in University College Oxford GardensThe gardens are used for various events throughout the year including the College Ball and annual Garden Play, for which they form a delightful backdrop.

Find out more about the individual gardens and planted areas – and meet our Gardeners – in the menu below or visit our Univ Gardens Pinterest board.

Main Quad

Radcliffe Quad

The Master's Garden

The Bob Thomas Garden

Old Library Courtyard

Fellows’ Garden

Bee Friendly Garden

Meet the Team

Contact Univ

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