Explore the life of plants with these highly vocational and practical courses. Based on understanding and interpreting the landscape around us, they explore horticultural production and growing, along with the principles of plant and soil science. You'll have the option to chose between the FdSc Horticulture or FdSc Horticulture: Garden Design pathway in your final year.
Why choose this course?
You will benefit from the modern glasshouse complex situated on campus, alongside historic gardens and the country estate.
Guest speakers will also hold workshops and activities to showcase the career opportunities available to you. Our latest guest, James Wong, is an ethnobotanist, television presenter and garden designer.
You will have the opportunity to become proficient in surveying a site for development, and plotting data both by hand and using AutoCAD (Computer Aided Design).
You'll have access to our 1,000 square metre,