Beatrix Havergal (1901-1980) was an English horticulturist.
In 1932 Beatrix Havergal founded Waterperry School of Horticulture, a residential horticultural college for women. When she retired as principal in 1971, Waterperry School of Horticulture closed, though there remain gardens and a nursery there.
Grace Beatrix Helen Havergal was born at Roydon Manor House in 1901, the second of three children born to the Revd. Clement Havergal (1854-1941) and his wife Eveline. She was also the great-niece of composer Frances Ridley Havergal. The children had a peaceful upbringing despite the fact that their parents' relationship was often strained. In 1902, the family moved to Inkberrow near Redditch, then to Paris where the Rev. Mr. Havergal was assistant chaplain to the British embassy for two years. Then, after a brief period spent at Bagthorpe in 1905, he became rector of Brent Eleigh in Suffolk. Havergal, together with her elder sister Frances, attended St Katherine'