Indoor Landscaping (University of Saskatchewan)

60 hours | Online | Term 1

This course covers both the theory and practice of indoor landscaping. Topics include: an overview of the indoor landscaping industry; basic design concepts; people-plant relationships and the function of plants in the indoor environment. Plant culture, maintenance and integrated pest management are discussed. The course concludes with a section on indoor landscaping as a business: preparation of cost estimates, budgeting, advertising, etc. Students should be able to create, install and maintain a commercial indoor landscape on completion of this course.

Tuition: $641 | Credits: 5

Prerequisites: It is strongly advised that students complete Applied Botany and Soils for Horticulture before registering for Indoor Landscaping.

Required Text & Materials

The Indoor Plant & Flower Expert Dr. D. G. Hessayon, 2013 edition, Expert Publication Ltd, ISBN: 978 1909 663 008.

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