Horticulturists will be at the park to celebrate the achievements of the scheme’s 2014 graduates and meet the heritage horticulturalists of the future.
Andrew Dixey, chair of the Heritage Horticulture Skills Scheme, said: "This scheme is unique and the open day at Belle Vue Park will provide a great platform for potential employers to view the skills of our trainees. One of our reasons for involving Miss Wales in the event and the scheme is to present it as a credible training opportunity for young people.
"We are offering trainees the opportunity to become specialists in heritage horticulture. They are learning practical, specialist skills that will make them attractive to employers and set them apart from those who have more general qualifications both in Wales and further afield."
The scheme’s trainees are based in six gardens around Wales: Aberglasney Gardens; Bodnant Garden; Dyffryn Gardens; Picton Castle and Gardens; St Fagans National History Museum; Bute Park in Cardiff and Belle Vue Park in Newport.
Ford said: "I was delighted to be involved. It’s nice to be aware of the variety of specialist careers such as this which are available for young people nowadays."