HORT 4113: Identifying Plants for the Home and Garden: Garden, Annual, and Potted Plants

1 Credit

There are many strange and usual plants that are grown as horticulture crops, ornamentals, or collectable plants. Venus fly traps, bulbs, orchids, vines, cacti and succulents. Students will learn how to identify these crops, learn their common and scientific names, and how these plants have adapted physiologically to survive stressful conditions. At least 100 different crops will be covered during this course (approximately 20 per class). Students will be expected to be able to identify these plants from images, whole plants, and/or plant parts. Information will be presented and/or learned using lectures, field trips, exercises, and homework, and a course project. Students will also grow potted herbs/vegetables crops as part of this class.

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