The former Oasis star has bought a set of DVDs to help him study at home for a diploma in horticulture.
And it seems the rocker, 42, isn’t even taking the course to learn how to grow something less legal in his back garden.
We’re told: “Liam will be taught how to grow his own fruit and vegetables.
“The learning chapters will also cover pest control, developing vegetable plots and maintaining lawns.
“He’s really interested in working on his garden, and loves the idea of having a proper qualification.
“Liam’s bought these DVDs to teach himself as much as he can about horticulture.”
And it seems that Liam may even become a farmer one day.
We’re told the star, whose family hail from County Mayo, has considered buying a farm in Ireland.
“Liam loves going back over to Ireland to visit his family.
“He’s even spoken about one day buying a farm over there,” our source said.
“He loves the idea of farming, growing crops and maintaining land.
“But he doesn’t have the space to do all that in London.”
The former Beady Eye singer, who is a regular at the Chelsea Flower Show, has also asked a local landscape gardener near his home in Hampstead to source 50 orchids for him.
Our source continues: “Liam loves his plants and has green fingers.
“He especially likes orchids and has asked for a selection of shapes, sizes and colours to display around his house.
“He likes bringing the outdoors inside.
“He has bouquets of flowers everywhere around his gaff.
"It’s quite girly but Liam doesn’t care.
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