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    May 28, 2024  
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HORT 263 - Landscape Design II



6.0 Credits
Focus is on planting design principles from applied to residential and small commercial landscapes. Design and preparation of planting plans and schedules. Professional presentation emphasized. Students encouraged to have taken at least one of HORT 106, HORT 107, or HORT 108.
Prerequisite Placement in AENGL 093 or ENGLP 093 or higher; HORT 224; HORT 262; or instructor permission.
Course-level Learning Objectives (CLOs)
Upon successful completion of this course, students will be able to:

  1. Analyze, synthesize, integrate, and evaluate principles of planting design theory in the context of spatial design.
  2. Engage in imaginative and critical inquiry to explore planting schemes in the field and during the planning stages using criteria of sound horticulture and aesthetics.
  3. Prepare professional level planting plans and schedules, estimating quantity and sizes of plants required.
  4. Demonstrate appropriate techniques and technologies to present and deliver oral presentations to clients.
  5. Demonstrate skills and knowledge associated with the responsible stewardship sustainability of the managed landscape through planting design.



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