The London College of Garden Design has today launched its largest ever schedule of short courses to inspire and train tomorrow’s garden designers. More>>
The London College of Garden Design has created the first ever design clinic for this year’s RHS Hampton Court Palace Flower Show. Visitors to the show can come and meet professional graduates of the College and get all their garden design questions answered.
The London College of Garden Design has become the first garden design college to launch a special professional development day supporting their recent graduates.
Director Andrew Fisher Tomlin said "we were conscious that it is tough out there and we want our graduates to succeed in their new careers so we decided to offer them a free focussed day's training to update them on the skills that really matter."
The London College of Garden Design has launched a new website to join all its venues and courses together into one place. more>>
Two 2012 graduates of the Garden Design Diploma, were finalists for the Student Designer Award and our 2012 graduate of the year Jon Sims won. Jon said “Being nominated for the Student Award capped of a great year on the LCGD course and winning it has opened up great opportunities to develop my career into the future. more>>
We have teamed up with the Royal Horticultural Society to bring a range of exclusive design courses to RHS Garden Wisley in 2013. Courses start in February and details will be available from 12 November on our short courses page and at www.rhs.org.uk/courses/leisure-learning.
If you were unlucky enough to miss our great Evening Standard event there is still a chance to get some top tips on the three most difficult challenges of a small city garden. Click here for an accompanying article. And watch out for a great new Gardens Illustrated day coming this autumn.