Identification and Culture of Trees - AFS215
with LAWRENCE SIMPSON
Identification and Culture of Trees An introduction to the most commonly planted trees in New England, their distinguishing characteristics, horticultural requirements and suggested landscape uses. You will examine botanical features such as leaf shape, color, twig, and bud characteristics through plant specimens, slide lectures and field trips. Class meets for seven sessions during six weeks, including at least three of the classes meeting offsite (start time may vary in order to capture two hours of daylight) and one mandatory weekend field trip to be arranged with instructor. Two quizzes, a final exam, and a photo journal are required for successful completion of this course. Textbook required: For textbook information please call (978) 236-1200. The first class will meet on the Danvers Campus.
F 98545 FIELD: Oct 3 - Nov 21st, 2022
Mon from 5:00 - 7:00 pmClass is canceled
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Danvers, MA 01923 Get directions