The Environmental Horticulture Program at College of Central Florida is a two year Associate of Science Degree, or a one year Certificate Degree Program. Both programs are taught in a traditional classroom setting and in addition online. The AS Degree Program, is broken into two degrees: Nursery Operations and Landscape Design Option. Questions? Contact us.
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With the help of local wholesale and retail nurseries the Environmental Horticulture Department has compiled a list of the 50 most popular plants found in Marion County. These plants are the most used plants in Central Florida landscapes as well as the most popular plants sold in both the retail and wholesale industry. This list has been compiled to help the homeowner identify plants they have in their landscape, or just furnish information that will aid in the development of a more useful landscape. Special thanks to B& B Nurseries, Kingswood Nurseries, and Porters' Nursery and Landscape for helping compile this list.