Have you an eye for natural beauty? You stroll past neighbouring gardens and your imagination goes wild. You think in images: vibrant rose borders, beds strewn with blooming flowers, a reflective water centrepiece – a quaint, private paradise. If this sounds like you, our garden design course is the perfect opportunity to harness your horticultural skills and focus on finer details that’ll make any garden pop. Enrol today to start blooming.
What’s involved in our online Level 3 Garden Design Course?
A gardener’s dream, you’ll make the most of nature by learning the key aesthetics of garden design. Discover the rich history behind the origins of garden design and find how and out where it all began. You’ll start by exploring the features of various garden styles, such as Medieval, Tudor and Victorian gardens.
Develop The Skills To Turn Any Garden Into A Floral Wonderland
Moving forward, you’ll look at how to plan, assess, and transform gardens into award-winning masterpieces. To do this, you’ll consider the impact of soil, sun and shade, time and budgeting during the planning process.
You’ll also examine elements, shaping and proportions of gardens that enable designers to keep lawns and boundaries in shape when designing their dream enclosure. The course will finish by looking at a range of practical ideas for various shapes and styles of garden.
Like the sights and scents of a glorious orchard in June, our garden design course will leave an everlasting impression. You’ll also acquire the distinctive ability to craft dynamic landscapes that meet the needs and desires of homeowners and garden lovers everywhere.
Now’s the time to start crafting those spectacular ideas you’ve been dreaming of, whether Persian gardens or Zen paradises. Enrol today and study anywhere – even enclosed secret gardens in the heart of the countryside.
When studying our Garden Design Course Level 3 Diploma, you’ll learn about:
- The history of garden design, from medieval to contemporary
- A diverse range of distinctive garden styles
- Elements that help a garden to make an impression
- Designing gardens – how and where to start
- Design solutions for potential gardening problems
- Plants potentially harmful to people
- Practical ideas for various shapes and styles of garden
- How to budget and plan a dreamy garden
- And so much more…