HORT 4110: Spring Flowering Bulbs

1 Credit

Geophytes are early harbingers of spring. In this course we will examine the variety of herbaceous perennial spring-flowering crops with underground storage organs (geophytes). As spring progresses, different genera and species predominate in the flowering landscape. In contrast, greenhouse production of potted plant and cut flower geophytic crops can be simultaneous rather than sequential. This course will consist of hands-on taxonomic identification of geophyte crops, their uses in landscape design, and production essentials. The laboratory will be hands-on, experiential learning with many visits of outdoor landscape, gardens, production greenhouses, and interiorscapes.

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