To achieve the above we provide guidance and advice to anyone that needs it. We are here to help, be it through providing profiles of those already working within the industry to inspire and excite, respond to careers questions via email, or share the advice we have collected from experienced horticultural professionals.
Grow Careers Scotland 2022 Recordings
If you missed this year’s Grow Careers Scotland event, or simply want to revisit it, the recordings can be found in the CIH webinars library.
David Domoney CHort FCIHort – Careers in Horticulture
David Domoney, Chartered horticulturist, writer, broadcaster and ambassador for the Chartered Institute of Horticulture, shares his experiences of working within the horticulture industry. A regular on ITV’S This Morning and co-presenter of Alan Titchmarsh’s Love Your Garden, David explains why horticulture is so much more than simply gardening.
Can’t decide which area of horticulture is right for you?
Art & design
Business Production & Food
Heritage & Conservation
Health & Wellbeing
As well as those listed below, other related jobs include Project coordinator, Garden Designer for sensory or therapeutic gardens and Gardener.
Plant Science & Technology
While it is easy to categorise different careers within horticultural science and technology, many problems require more than one specialisation so many scientists work in multidisciplinary teams to solve specific problems. This creates a complete range of career paths from the narrow specialist to the broad general scientist or engineer.
There are many science careers either within horticulture or interacting with horticulture and the topics below attempt to give a general flavour. However, there are many more for example engineers designing machinery or greenhouses and mathematicians studying plant populations, Plant Health Inspectors and Lecturers.