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During two years of study, you will learn theory, landscape plant material, and installation and management techniques. You will also participate in valuable hands-on experience.
Courses are designed to prepare you for entry into the rapidly expanding horticultural industry, primarily as a landscape or horticultural technician. A basic understanding of the art and science of growing and handling plants (perennial and annual flowers, trees, shrubs, grasses, and turf), combined with a knowledge of basic design, will equip you for a variety of interesting jobs. There are many career opportunities: nursery or greenhouse superintendent, landscape or maintenance contractor, estate/garden/groundskeeper, florist, garden designer, interior plantscape, and horticultural therapist.
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