A career in Landscape Technology can be rewarding. A good way to begin the career is to take courses. Here at Montgomery College the program provides a comprehensive mixture of academic and practical training in the field of ornamental horticulture. Students learn to design and draft landscape plans; install, construct, and maintain landscape; and identify, select, and plant woody and herbaceous plants.
Courses incude those related to Landscape Contracting and Landscape Design.
Books in the library on landscape architecture and related topics can be found in these areas:
LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURE and LANDSCAPE GARDENING:
SB469 - SB476
SB414 - SB417 Greenhouses and greenhouse culture
SB419 Roof gardening. Balcony gardening
SB421 - SB439 Classes of plants: annuals, climbers, ferns, lawns, perennials, shrubs
SB450 - SB467 Gardens and gardening
SB481 - SB486 Parks and public reservations
SB599 - SB990 Plant pests and plant diseases