Horticulture is the growing of flowers, study of plants, design of gardens and construction of landscapes. The industry, art and science of Horticulture is fundamental to our health, quality of life and enriching our environment. It's an extraordinary world.
By choosing a Horticulture course at WUC you will learn about garden design and history, landscape construction, plant and soil science, plant production and identification, and estate management.
Study Horticulture at WUC and you could find a job working in historical and botanical gardens, landscape management, country parks, recreation and golf courses. For commercial horticulture, you may go into the growing of food crops, ornamental crops, hardy nursery stock production as well as floriculture and retailing.
MEET THE TEAM
At a College Open Event you can expect to meet our expert academics who teach across our Horticulture courses.
Download our Horticulture course guide below for information on areas of study, methods of assessment, entry requirements and much more.
DOWNLOAD OUR OPEN EVENT
At a College Open Event our academic staff deliver a presentation to visitors all about the Horticulture courses we provide. You can download this by clicking the button below.
QUESTION FOR A LECTURER?
If you have a question about any of our Horticulture courses, you can send us a message by clicking the button below.
QUESTION FOR A STUDENT?
If you have a question for one of our current students send us a message by clicking the button below and one of our students will get back to you.
Click the button below to find out more about all of our Horticulture courses.