A natural progression from Landscaping I, but a self contained study unit in its own right. This course concentrates on the detail of creating individual components in a landscape that are the difference between a good and a great garden.
For a garden to be good it needs well nourished soil and healthy plants. However a great garden comprises many other components that include furnishings, buildings, water features, fences, drainage and irrigation systems, paths, driveways, entertainment and other outdoor living areas.
In this course you learn to design and build such things as walls, rockeries, steps, ponds, and paving; and you develop skills to create specific effects in a garden.
It is equally suited to those already working or looking to work in the industry, or enthusiastic gardeners with good basic landscaping knowledge.