Gardening Courses Northumberland

There are some fabulous gardens to visit in Northumberland, and at MyGardenSchool we have some of the best gardening and garden design courses in the world to help you learn more about horticulture. Whether you just love gardening and want to understand more about planting design, how to prune your shrubs and trees, or even expand into beekeeping or henkeeping, we have a full menagerie of courses to choose from. All our courses are online, but unlike many horticulture distance learning courses, we give you a 'virtual classroom' so you can meet your tutor and other students, and are working with some of the best gardening experts in the world.

Other Gardening Clubs, Lectures, or Horticultural pow-wows we like in Northumberland:

Northumberland College. When you study horticulture or floristry at our Kirkley Hall campus, you will have extensive grounds as your classroom. Our gardens exceed four hectares and provide the perfect learning environment for horticulture students to gain hands on skills and experience. The grounds include the National Fagus (Beech Tree) Collection, a Victorian walled garden, a large collection of unusual trees, shrubs, herbaceous and ornamental borders, many cultivars, woodland gardens and 1,330sqm of amenity and commercial greenhouses. Our courses range from entry level to level 3 and cover areas such as plant propagation, landscaping, turf establishment and garden design. We recently launched a new floristry course, which can be studied full or part time. We have a brand new dedicated garden studio with high specification computers and the latest CAD design software where our budding landscape gardeners can get the very best in design practice. Career opportunities in horticulture include landscaping, garden design and groundskeeping, and your training at Kirkley Hall will help you develop in your chosen discipline. The Garden Station A restored Victorian railway station in a woodland garden in Langley-on-Tyne, near Hexham in beautiful Northumberland Courses in Gardening - Environment - Art - Sculpture - Writing – Food A Visitor Attraction - Garden, Woodland Walk and Art Exhibitions