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Horticulture is the science and technology of plant cultivation. There are two distinct areas within horticulture. Amenity: This includes landscape design along with constructing and maintaining parks, public areas, sports grounds, recreation facilities and roadsides. Interior landscaping is a specialism within amenity horticulture which is concerned with the design, installation, and maintenance of plantings in shopping centres, office buildings, hotels, residences, etc. Commercial: This involves growing crops for sale. Crops include fruit and vegetables, nursery stock and bedding plants.
The course is unique in its mix of knowledge and skill in three normally distinct disciplines – business, science and art.
Careers or Further Progression...
Career options in Horticulture include: > Garden Centre Manager > Organic Producer of Vegetables or Fruit > Greens Keeper > Landscape Construction Manager > Market Gardener > Landscape Designer > Plant Propagator > Researcher > Nursery/Floral Production Manager
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