Do you love spending time in the garden? Do you like experimenting with flowers and plants to create new effects? Would you like a creative career?

Floristry and horticulture courses at The Manchester College are hands-on and designed to give you the skills you need for a successful career in the industry. The floristry and horticulture industry is growing and there are opportunities for rapid progression. Previous students are now working in prestigious floristry outlets, tending the grounds in stately homes and working as self employed florists and landscape gardeners.

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Floral decorations by The Manchester College students at Arley Hall
Floristry students at The Manchester College are helping to deck out one of the UK’s finest country homes for Christmas. Visitors to Arley Hall, near Knutsford, will see the students handiwork when...
Floristry students from The Manchester College have transformed Arley Hall into festive work of art for Christmas. Visitors to the Knutsford stately home this Christmas will be greeted with an array...
Raised beds created by landscaping students
Students at The Manchester College are developing an area of Northenden Campus for the benefit of future students. Students on the level 1 landscaping course are using their construction and...
Staff from the Floristry Department at The Manchester College have won a Silver medal at the Tatton Park Flower Show. The college team were competing at the show for the first time and are keen to...
Some of the team with their handmade installations
Staff from the Floristry Department at The Manchester College are competing at the Tatton Park Flower Show for the first time. The team will showcase their expertise alongside some of the top...