This is an introductory, upper-division environmental horticulture course designed to introduce students with a plant science background to the wide array of native plant species used in the landscapes of Florida. Weekly lectures will cover plant nomenclature and taxonomy, native plant requirements, propagation, environmental issues, and native landscape design and implementation. Students will learn native plant material in weekly lab exercises.
This class is being offered through the University of Florida's Indian River Research and Education Center, located at 2199 South Rock Rd., Ft. Pierce, FL, 34945. Dr. Sandra Wilson is the instructor. She can be reached for questions at email@example.com.