Horticulture: Landscape Management, Design, & Construction

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Horticulture AAS
Horticulture Certificate
Floral Design Certificate

What you’ll do:
Prepare for various careers in the horticulture and landscape design/build industry. Design landscape projects for residential and commercial applications, and learn practical methods of constructing and maintaining these projects, with our degree courses. Our landscape design certificate provides you with the basics in horticulture, with emphasis in plant identification, construction techniques, and hands-on training. Our floral design certificate trains you in floral arrangement elements and styles using fresh and dried flowers, business management, plant identification/care, and more.

Where you’ll go:
Our graduates are employed in landscape companies, turf and garden centers, park districts, and sports facilities, many other horticulture/landscape-related businesses.




Parkland Takes High Honors at State Floral Contest

Students and graduates in Parkland College's Horticulture program earned top honors at the 2014 Illinois State Florists’ Association’s Floral Design Contest in Springfield, Illinois.

Eight Parkland students competed at the event, guided by Parkland floral design instructor Trisha Locke, AIFD, CFD, ICPF. Locke, herself a Parkland graduate, teaches the college’s Floral Design I and II (HRT 130/230) classes.

"All of the students who competed gained valuable experience; they all did a good job on their designs and put their work on display to be seen by many," Locke said. "Parkland has a strong commitment to providing professional development opportunities for its students and is unique in helping pay for its students to compete in such events." (full story)
 
 

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