This course should appeal to the keen gardener, someone looking for a career change or a professional gardener looking to improve their knowledge.
You will be introduced to the magical world of how plants grow, how to propagate and manage them, whilst understanding the science
behind the miracle of events such as pollination, fertilisation, seed formation and germination.
There will also be some selected trips and demonstrations of practical work, so dust down your gardening gloves! Mainly theory and classroom based, there are written assessments in February and June which lead to a formal, nationally recognised qualification.
1 year, 1 day a week. Total 30 weeks
An interest in the subject and a commitment to sit the examinations.
Wednesday 27th September 2017 (18:00 - 21:00) (Hadlow)
Friday 29th September 2017 (13:00 - 16:30) (Mottingham)
Monday 25th September 2017 (18:00 - 21:00) (Canterbury)
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- Extensive glasshouse facilities
- Field nursery stock production
- Computer controlled environmental and irrigation systems
- Fruit and container production units
- Plant propagation centre
Fully labelled plant collection throughout College grounds
- 10 acres of landscaped gardens and two National Collections
- Fully commercial garden centre
Please note that all programme specifications and course modules are subject to annual change.