Careers in horticulture are interesting and inspirational as there is continuous development in growing techniques of plants. With new varieties of plants being nurtured the progress of horticultural science in unprecedented. From decorative plants, medicinal plants, fruit yielding trees to flower bearing plants, a horticulturalist studies all plant types. In addition to studies of plant types, students in horticulture also need to study weather and soil conditions, plant diseases and their treatments, and economic viability of each of these plants.
Horticultural deals in beautification of surroundings and includes studies in plants and their uses. It also includes growing and nurturing of medicinal plants and fruit bearing trees. With more and more people opting for naturopathic treatment of diseases, growing of medicinal plants has become an attractive business for many nurseries and horticultural gardens.

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While at CIVC was doing my nanny course I worked part time as a librarian, this on campus job helped me a lot to complete my course. Up the CIVC flag now I am living happily in Australia with my spouse.




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