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This course serves as an introduction to the most commonly planted shrubs and vines in New England, focusing on their distinguishing characteristics and horticultural requirements, and providing suggestions for landscape applications. Species to be studied include old favorites and newly introduced varieties. Students learn to recognize established specimens and to select the most appropriate shrubs and vines for any landscape situation in New England. Height, form, twig and bud characteristics, leaf shape, color and other significant features are discussed, as well as ways of using these plants in design. Twig samples, slide lectures, and field trips aid in learning to identify plants and provide examples of their use. Requirements include weekly quizzes, two exams, and one design project.
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