Gardeners' new world

Monday 14 September 2020

Horticulture Week magazine is reporting that since lockdown, more than 2 million people have become avid gardeners.

Taking an interest in plants, grass and growing their own vegetables, has now become a national hobby. 

In times when people are seeking new earning opportunities, the best route is to take up professional training at your local college. The Royal Horticultural Society (RHS) courses at Shuttleworth College are part-time and practical, but lead to a qualification which will set people up to make the most of their own gardens, allotments, and even to be able to grow a new career as a gardener.

Click here to find out how you can turn your hobby into an earning opportunity.

Here at The Bedford College Group we predicted the demand for courses would grow earlier in the year. We planted the idea early: 

SC Horticulture PR

To see more from our Horticulture department, click here.

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