Students engage in informative, comprehensive courses taught by Longwood staff and regional faculty, as well as participate in learning activities, including field trips to regional gardens, conferences, and symposia; lectures; and/or self-guided study. Whether students are looking to learn about crop production or landscape design, our courses prepare them for successful careers in horticulture.

Courses, masterclasses, and workshops include:

  • Arboriculture
  • Business
  • Community Gardening and Urban Horticulture
  • Horticultural Crop Production
  • Integrated Pest Management
  • Landscape Design
  • Leadership
  • Plant Ecology
  • Plant Identification and Culture
  • Professional Communications
  • Soils and Substrates

Our Professional Horticulture Program is taught at the collegiate level and articulates to regional colleges and universities. Program alumni interested in continuing their education can apply their two years of learning at Longwood towards a degree.