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Considering a career in horticulture?

Conor Gallinagh's course wants to show you the way ahead

19th February, 2017
Visitors enjoying the Botanic Gardens in Dublin, where many horticultural careers start All pictures: Ali Rochford

If you have ever considered studying horticulture, now might be a good time to take the plunge. In the field of horticulture, you never stop learning as no one could possibly know it all. There is always a new plant to get to know or a new way of doing things. But therein lies the attraction.

Whether you’re into garden design, a plantaholic, want to start a veg-growing enterprise, work in a plant nursery, or...

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