Indoor Landscaping (HORT 34.6)

Recent/Current Offerings

Syllabus / Public content Section Term Instructor
HORT 34 W01 September 2018 Jill Turner
HORT 34 W01 September 2017 Jill Turner
HORT 34 W01 September 2016 Jill Turner
HORT 34 W05 September 2016


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.


It is h4 class="course_details"ly advised that students will have completed Applied Botany and Soils for Horticulture prior to registering for Indoor Landscaping.

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