Bedding and Balcony Plants (3DD02NCS09B)

Responsible of subject: Assoc. Prof. Dr. Andrea Tilly-Mándy

Credit value: 2

2 hours of week

During the course, students will be introduced to the climatic features of public gardens, balconies and terraces, and the resulting plant application specialties. They learn the basics of design, the most important basics of flower beds and outdoor plant decoration. They form an understanding of the tolerance of flowerbeds and balconies, and the potential applications of each species and variety. They individually evaluate and critically analyse a self-chosen public flowerbed as a custom design task.

List of lectures and practical classes, requirements in the Fall Semester of 2020-2021. academic year (PDF)