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Landscape Plants - Ornamentals

OLP103

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OLP103 - Landscape Plants - Ornamentals

Choosing and planting a variety of ornamental (non-native) plants. The plant identification component emphasizes ornamental landscape plants including annuals, perennials, shrubs, deciduous and evergreen trees which are commonly used in the ornamental landscape for the temperate and colder northern hemisphere. Weed identification and arboriculture practices such as pruning: what, when and how, will also be covered as it relates to the different plant types.
This course partially satisfies the certificate requirements for the Gardening Expert Certificate program at Humber College and the diploma requirements for Organic Land Care program at Gaia College. Continuing Education Credits can also be earned to maintain industry certifications (ISA, CNLA, BCSLA, SOUL).


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