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Horticulture Spring 2017
HORT 7 - INTRODUCTION TO LANDSCAPE DESIGN
Units: 3
Covers design and drawing of landscapes for residential and commercial developments. Focus is directed at principles of sustainable design, and appropriate use of hardscape and plant materials.
eventFull term: 1/17/2017 to 5/25/2017
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Open Seats: None F9:00AM - 1:50roomBGS 131 personR. FarnsworthsubjectDetails
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HORT 11 - PLANT MATERIALS-TREES AND SHRUBS
Units: 3
Identification of ornamental trees and shrubs used in landscape design. An emphasis is placed on sustainable design with choices appropriate for our region.
eventFull term: 1/17/2017 to 5/25/2017
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Open Seats: NoneM6:00PM - 8:50roomBGS 252 personR. FarnsworthsubjectDetails
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HORT 20 - INTRODUCTION TO HORTICULTURAL SCIENCE
Units: 4
Introduces students to all phases of ornamental horticulture. Field trips may be required to fulfill the objectives of this course.
eventFull term: 1/17/2017 to 5/25/2017
TICKETSEAT COUNTDAYTIMELOCATIONINSTRUCTORINFO
Open Seats: NoneM W (Lec)
M (Lab)
1:00PM - 2:15
2:25PM - 5:30
roomHS 145 roomGREENHOUSEpersonR. FarnsworthsubjectDetails
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Open Seats: NoneM W (Lec)
W (Lab)
1:00PM - 2:15
9:00AM - 11:50
roomHS 145 roomGREENHOUSEpersonR. FarnsworthsubjectDetails
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Open Seats: NoneM W (Lec)
W (Lab)
1:00PM - 2:15
2:25PM - 5:15
roomHS 145 roomGREENHOUSEpersonR. FarnsworthsubjectDetails
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Open Seats: NoneOnline publicONLINEpersonK. LeesubjectDetails
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descriptionThis class is available as an Internet Class. Instruction will be offered via the Internet. Is an online class right for you? Please take this quiz: http://www.saddleback.edu/de/DEquiz.html See class tips for online education at http://www.saddleback.edu/oe/online-class-tips, and course access instructions at http://www.saddleback.edu/de/student-technical-support/.
Open Seats: NoneOnline publicONLINEpersonK. LeesubjectDetails
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descriptionThis class is available as an Internet Class. Instruction will be offered via the Internet. Is an online class right for you? Please take this quiz: http://www.saddleback.edu/de/DEquiz.html See class tips for online education at http://www.saddleback.edu/oe/online-class-tips, and course access instructions at http://www.saddleback.edu/de/student-technical-support/.
HORT 106 - LANDSCAPE CAD - AUTOCAD FUNDAMENTALS
Units: 3
Computer-aided landscape drafting and design utilizing the most recent version of AutoCAD. Covers development of hardscapes and plant layouts according to current industry standards.
eventFull term: 1/17/2017 to 5/25/2017
TICKETSEAT COUNTDAYTIMELOCATIONINSTRUCTORINFO
Open Seats: None F (Lec)
F (Lab)
5:00PM - 6:50
6:50PM - 9:40
roomVIL 24-2 personK. LeesubjectDetails
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HORT 112 - PLANT PROPAGATION
Units: 3
Theory and practices of plant propagation, including seeds, cuttings, division, tissue culture, layering, budding, and grafting in a greenhouse or nursery operation.
eventFull term: 1/17/2017 to 5/25/2017
TICKETSEAT COUNTDAYTIMELOCATIONINSTRUCTORINFO
Open Seats: None Sa9:00AM - 1:50roomVIL 22-2 personG. JohansensubjectDetails
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HORT 113 - SOILS AND FERTILIZERS
Units: 3
Soil is a living ecosystem critical to the establishment of healthy plants, yet is subject to significant degradation world wide. Explore ways to restore soil ecosystem fertility and productivity, with informed decisions based on sustainable practices. Discussions include the use of organic and synthetic fertilizers, and their impact on the soil ecosystem.
eventFull term: 1/17/2017 to 5/25/2017
TICKETSEAT COUNTDAYTIMELOCATIONINSTRUCTORINFO
Open Seats: None T5:30PM - 9:20roomVIL 22-1 personG. JohansensubjectDetails
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HORT 115 - HISTORY OF LANDSCAPE DESIGN - ANCIENT THROUGH 19TH CENTURY
Units: 3
A study of landscape design with an introduction to ancient times and an emphasis on the period after 1400 A.D.to the 19th Century, including Italian, French Renaissance, English, Islamic, and American gardens. Field trips may be required to fulfill the objectives of this course.
eventFull term: 1/17/2017 to 5/25/2017
TICKETSEAT COUNTDAYTIMELOCATIONINSTRUCTORINFO
Open Seats: NoneOnline publicONLINEpersonK. LeesubjectDetails
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descriptionThis class is available as an Internet Class. Instruction will be offered via the Internet. Is an online class right for you? Please take this quiz: http://www.saddleback.edu/de/DEquiz.html See class tips for online education at http://www.saddleback.edu/oe/online-class-tips, and course access instructions at http://www.saddleback.edu/de/student-technical-support/.
HORT 130 - HARDSCAPE AND CONSTRUCTION MATERIALS FUNDAMENTALS
Units: 1.5
Introduces students to materials used in the development of ornamental hardscapes in the field of landscape design. The use of soils, stone,concrete, wood, brick, steel, and plastics, as well as laws that apply are also covered.
eventFull term: 1/17/2017 to 5/25/2017
TICKETSEAT COUNTDAYTIMELOCATIONINSTRUCTORINFO
Open Seats: None F (Lec)
F (Lab)
1:30PM - 2:20
2:20PM - 4:10
roomVIL 22-2 personK. LeesubjectDetails
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HORT 139 - CONTEMPORARY LANDSCAPE DESIGN TRENDS
Units: 3
Explore current 21st century designs, and their aesthetics, impact on site, environment, and ecology.
eventFull term: 1/17/2017 to 5/25/2017
TICKETSEAT COUNTDAYTIMELOCATIONINSTRUCTORINFO
Open Seats: None T Th9:30AM - 10:45roomVIL 22-2 personK. LeesubjectDetails
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HORT 166 - ORNAMENTAL NATIVE PLANTS IDENTIFICATION
Units: 3
Studies California native plants suitable for landscape use. Special attention will be placed on solving landscape problems using native and other drought-tolerant plants. Field trips may be required.
eventFull term: 1/17/2017 to 5/25/2017
TICKETSEAT COUNTDAYTIMELOCATIONINSTRUCTORINFO
Open Seats: None Sa FIELD STUD (Off Campus)personK. Lee
personR. Farnsworth
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descriptionOrientation will meet in Vil 22-1 on Saturday, 1/21. Class meets every other Saturday from 8am-4pm, with field trips to various locations in Southern California.