A career in horticulture could include landscaping beautiful park designs, studying plant ecology in the Amazon or developing and researching new food crops.
The roots of a great career
Getting practical and involved is the key to becoming a great horticulturist. You will develop your creative and technical skills at our purpose built horticultural facilities at Common Leys Farm. Each day will present new, exciting challenges working within the specialist nursery areas and poly tunnels as well as the great plant identification and care areas. There will also be plenty of opportunities to hone your professional skills with the wide range of horticultural tools and machinery on site.
Making the next step
The mix of theory and practical sessions will make sure you have the hands on skills and plant/related sciences knowledge essential for a wide range of professional careers on completion of your course. There is also the option to study at a higher level, or even go on into university.
Try a course in Horticulture and Floristry.