Floristry and Horticulture
From flower arranging to greenkeeping, our Floristry and Horticulture courses are suitable for professionals and hobbyists alike.
Who can study?
If you love flowers and creating your own displays and want to expand your knowledge, a basic floristry course might be what you're looking for. Our entry-level course covers a range of practical skills, as well as theory.
Floristry and horticulture professionals can also further their education with courses covering advanced floristry techniques, landscaping and plant identification and growth.
Work is now finished on a brand new Horticulture Teaching Block at our Langside Campus, which houses not only classrooms but also provides specialist planting facilities and greenhouses.
What qualifications can I earn?
We offer courses from City and Guilds in Floristry, as well as courses up to HNC level in Horticulture, so if you're looking for a change of career, we have a level of study to suit you.
- Intro to Horticulture
- Intro to Greenkeeping and Landscaping
- C&G Horticulture
- NC Greenkeeping
- Landscaping Level 5
Floristry lecturer Jayne Buet has been crowned Floristry Tutor of the Year at this year’s British Florist Association Awards (BFA).
The floristry department here at Glasgow Clyde college has been well established for over 25 years. During this time, we have been recognised as the lead floristry provider for the West of Scotland and beyond.
13 students from Glasgow Clyde College were awarded first place in a range of categories from art, fashion, floristry and hairdressing to music instruments, metal sculpture, video/DVD and textile design at this year’s Craftex Exhibition.