Greenhouse I and II

Introduces students to the biology of horticultural plants and basic horticultural practices while caring for the program's on-site greenhouse. Also emphasized are greenhouse design, systems, management, and the major greenhouse crops and their cultural needs. Students are responsible for planting, watering, and cultivating a variety of flowers, bedding plants and vegetables. Students will also analyze the concepts and principles of agriculture in society, revise their career and educational goals, enhance personal, leadership and career skills, and evaluate their progress and plan for achievement through continued work within the Supervised Agricultural Experience (SAE).

Course Information

Course Subject
Course Number
CTE 9351 A&B and CTE 9353 A&B
Course Duration
2 Semesters
Course Credit
2.0 Practical Arts
Course Fee
$20.00 FFA Membership - required by state
CTE 9301 or CTE 9351 A&B
Career Elevation and Technology Center