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Horticulture

Studying Horticulture can provide numerous benefits and career opportunities for those with a passion for flowers and plants and environmental sustainability, allowing you to connect with nature and develop a deeper understanding of the natural world.

Horticulture offers a wide range of career paths including horticulturist, landscape designer, nursery manager, greenhouse operator, urban garden specialist, botanical garden curator, arborist, or even start your own gardening or landscaping business. The industry encompasses both public and private sectors, providing diverse opportunities for employment.

Whether you have just finished school or you’re an adult wanting to study part-time, we have a range of Horticultural courses to allow you to immerse yourself in nature.

NEWS:  
£21,839
Average Salary
Landscape Gardener
Suggested Occupation
+1.3%
Industry Growth
Vocational
TitleLevel
HorticultureLevel 1, Level 2, Level 3
Apprenticeships
TitleLevel
Horticulture & Landscape Operative ApprenticeshipLevel 2
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