What is the difference between horticulture majors and landscape architecture majors?

Discussion in 'Horticulture' started by teppo7, Nov 13, 2009.

  1. teppo7

    teppo7 Guest

    Horticulture is the study of plants and how the grow and what kind of soil and etc they need.
    A landscape architect looks at a building and then draws up a plan as to where to put the plants.
  2. ammiel

    ammiel Guest

    Horticulture is the study of plants; landscape architects focus on design. No reputable landscape architect could do his/her job without a degree in horticulture.
  3. alfonse63

    alfonse63 Guest

    Horticulture would be mostly a science degree versus Landscape Architecture would be more a design major maybe with science to a degree (my guess would be you would have to have horticulture education in order to select what plants would grow best in the space/area that is being designed).
  4. dewain

    dewain Guest

    architecture involves construction design... not just landscape layouts. Horticulture also involves botany and the ecology of a designed environment.
  5. martino

    martino Guest

    Horticulture is just the study of Plants and plant life. Landscaping is more the design of areas that uses plants to enhance it.
  6. devdutta54

    devdutta54 Guest

    Hm Is the science of growing the plants while Lm is the technique of presenting the plants to all who see in an area designed to show off the ambiance of the area with the plants included

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