Horticulture, Gardening, Landscaping, Design, Crops Courses Online and more!

We offer one of the widest ranges of distance learning horticulture, landscaping and garden design courses around! Choose from the categories below including: Arboriculture, Plant Propagation, Soil Management, Irrigation, Nursery Management, Green Keeping (Turf Management), Herbs, Plant Varieties, Hydroponics and more.

Learn with real tutors who will be there for you every step of the way:

Barbara Tremain BSc. (Hons) Horticulture, RHS Adv. Cert,. RHS General, City & Guilds Garden Design, Permaculture Level 3 (UK)
Karen Huntley MSc Marketing Mgt (Food Related Industries), PDC, PG Dip Organic Farming, Cert Marketing, BA. Professional Development Diploma in Social and Therapeutic Horticulture (Coventry University/Thrive, UK)
Valerie Loew B.Sc. in Ornamental Horticulture, M.A. Education (Online Teaching and Learning), Certified Arborist
We believe in making learning fit into your life. Thus, all of our courses are offered as online or correspondence. They are self-paced so you can fit your assignments around your life!

Additionally, all our horticulture courses have printed notes available, optional exams, qualified tutors and unlimited tutor support by email and great payment plans.

With so many gardening and crop courses, it’s hard to know which is the right course to choose, feel free to call us on 1300 172 882 or email us at info@careerlinecourses.com to chat about what your needs are.

What our students have to say:

B. Singh: Organic Plant Culture Student

” it helped me understand all the basic principles of organic gardening and some concepts like role of earthworms,companion planting and crop rotation were really very interesting and useful. I will definitely recommend keen learners to join this course.”

N. Hitchcock: Eucalypts student

“My tutor was excellent and I picked up really good support and feedback from her. Her comments/guidance was an important part of the learning process…Really enjoyed the course and got a lot out of it.”

G. Campbell: Viticulture student

“For a short course in Viticulture you get a lot exposure to a wide range of topics. You are “forced” to get out to Vineyards to gain understanding. The assignments require at least 10 hours of study each requiring a lot of personal research as the course material only provides a summary of information. This enhances learning.”

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