The world of horticulture is exciting and continually expanding. If you are wanting to pursue an education or career in horticulture you may be wondering where to start. A good first step is to learn what area you are most interested in. Your preferred area will determine the kind of classes and training you will need. Below is a list of common classes found within the scope of horticulture and related jobs.
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- Fruit and Vegetable Management
- Golf Course and Sports Turf Operations
- Plant Science
- Environmental Horticulture
- Horticultural Food Crops - Seed Science
- Landscape Design and Contracting
- Natural Resources
- Horticultural Business Management
- Sustainable Plant Systems
- Nursery and Landscape Management
- Horticulture Therapy
Common Horticulture Courses
- Landscape Design
- Plant Production
- Greenhouse Management
- Soil Science
- Integrated Pest Management
- Plant Identification
- Flower Arranging
- Irrigation Systems
- Outdoor Power Equipment
- Machinery Safety
- Alternative Cropping Systems
- Landscape Management
- Water Conservation
- Wedding and Event Planning
- Horticulture Business and Bidding
- Cut Flower Crops
- Edible Landscaping
- Potted Plants
- Plant Breeding and Genetics
- Home Gardening
Careers in Horticulture
- Production & Sales (Orchards, Greenhouses, Nurseries, Landscaping, etc.)
- Public Gardens
- Government Agencies
- Landscape Construction
- Landscape Design
- Pest Management
- Plant Pathology
- Business Management
- Conservation Science
- Account Management
- Plant Geneticist
- Horticultural Therapist
- Soil Science
About the Author
I'm Ashleigh Smith, a native to Northern Utah. I first gained a love of gardening with my grandmother as I helped her each summer. I decided to make a career of it and have recently graduated with a Bachelor's degree in Horticulture from Brigham Young University - Idaho. My studies have focused on plant production while I also have experience in Nursery & Garden Center Operations.
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