Gardening (non RHS) and Rural Skills

Our experienced staff are qualified to train the professional horticulturist, encourage the creative garden designer and develop the budding beginner. Our 400 acres of working estate will provide you with an excellent resource for developing your horticultural knowledge and skills. We also have facilities based on a commercial setting including glass houses, ornamental beds and shrub gardens.

For RHS courses see our ‘Professional Courses’ pages.

Available Courses:

  • Grow your own part 2

    About the Course

    Part 2 of 2 sessions: This course is for both amateurs and professionals.

    This part of the course sets out to provide the help and advice for cultivation of your plot, successional growing and growing crops out of season.

    You will discuss how to harvest and store and even learn a few tips as to what to do with your glut of marrows.

    Cost

    £40.00

    Course Dates

    2018 dates TBC

    Entry Requirements

    Part 1

    Course Duration

    1 morning

  • Grow your own part 1

    About the Course

    Part 1 of 2 sessions, this course is for keen amateur. This part of the course sets out to provide the guidance to those people starting up their own plot either on allotment or in their own garden. Full of the hints and tips needed for successful growing and the pitfalls to avoid.

    Course Dates

    2018 dates TBC

    Entry Requirements

    N/A

    Course Duration

    1 morning