Horticulture schools?

David R. Hershey dh321 at PGSTUMAIL.PG.CC.MD.US
Tue Jun 3 12:27:38 EST 1997

To add one point to what has already been said, if you want to grow 
plants, do landscaping, etc. consider a community college. They often 
have excellent horticulture programs and are not mainly focussed on 
research as are so many of the large universities.

David R. Hershey

Snail mail: 6700 Belcrest Road #112, Hyattsville, MD 20782-1340

Adjunct Professor, Biology/Horticulture Dept.
Prince George's Community College, Largo, MD 20772-2199

Email: dh321 at pgstumail.pg.cc.md.us


On 2 Jun 1997 chavanot at NewsReader.Com wrote:

> Hello,
> Can any subscribers to this newsgroup reccommend colleges with good
> horticulture/botany programs in the Midwest?  I received a Bachelor's
> degree this May in the humanites, but have decided that plants are
> for me!  Any suggestions would be great.
> Thanks!
> Lalitree L Chavanothai
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