If you're interested in landscaping or want to know more about the best plants for a Canberra climate, then this course is sure to inspire your green thumb. Suitable for the home gardener the course also offers a taste of what it is like to be a professional horticulturist.
This short course includes information on:
* plants and their life cycles, growth habits and requirements, as well as the importance of using Latin names
* soil preparation using bio-friendly techniques
* seasonal pruning and other maintenance requirements
* basic garden planning and design
Students will also be provided with information on continuing their studies at CIT Bruce, such as Certificate III programs in: landscaping; nursery, parks and gardens; sports turf management; conservation and land management, arboriculture, and floristry.
|Price||$265.00 (GST exempt)|
|Start date||Monday, 30 April 2018|
|Finish date||Monday, 21 May 2018|
|Sessions||6 sessions of 2.5 hours|
|Time||5.30pm - 8.00pm|
|Status||Module is full.|
This class will be running on both Monday evenings 5.30pm - 8.00pm and Saturday mornings from 10am - 12.30pm.
Monday evenings classes will be held on 30 April, then 7, 14 & 21 May
The Saturday Morning class on 5 May will be held at the CIT Bruce campus.
The Saturday Morning class on 12 May will be held at the Jerrabombera Wetlands site.
"The depth of Keith's knowledge was astounding, and it's such a complex topic when you get into it! I loved the way Keith passed on passion and info!" Kara
"Keith's knowledge & experience make him an ideal tutor for an introductory course on horticulture." Anna
"Keith has vast experience which he was eager to pass on to us. Thank you Keith." Andrew
"I have gained a lot of information which will be beneficial in my own garden & has inspired me to seek further studies in horticulture." Kristin
Address: 35 Vowels Crescent, Bruce