Habitat for Humanity

Habitat logo

"Eliminating poverty housing by building homes in partnership with families in need."

The HORT 400 class worked with the Clemson chapter of Habitat for Humanity to design and implement the landscape of a Habitat House that was built on Bowman Field during Homecoming 1999 and moved to its current site in Central, SC.


Planning

Landscape Implementation Professor Mary Haque consults the planting design for proper placement of the plant materials. 

Planting design

Tilling 

Student tilling

 

Student Keith Lucas (above) and faculty member below (below) till the ground to prepare for turf and wildflower seed plantings.

Faculty tilling

Sowing

Student Rob Daniel spreads turf seed over the newly prepared lawn area.

Sowing seed

Plant Material

Head-Lee Nursery, Inc. out of Seneca, SC donated most of the plant materials that were needed for the design.

Head-Lee Nursery

 

 Members of the class loading the plant material for the design to bring it to site.

Loading plant material
 

 


Planting 

Student Alan Estes preparing to plant one of the pecan trees specified in the planting design. 

Planting tree

 

 

Student Corey Rogers planting daylilies for spring color on the side of the Habitat House.

Planting daylilies
 

 Students planting on the side of the Habitat House. 

Planting by house