Mary T. Haque
167 Poole Agricultural Center
4 credit hours (3,3)
208 and 303
Landscape planning of residential
and public properties in order to achieve best use and most enjoyment from
a given piece of ground.
You will be instructed in and
encouraged to experiment with and develop competency in designing and presenting
landscape plans. Class projects will range in scale from small to large
and will focus on problem solving, computer graphic communication, working with
clients, and presenting detailed finished plans.
At the conclusion of this course,
the student shall:
Demonstrate sufficient knowledge
of the principles and characteristics of good design. This will be evidenced
by the students ability to develop a program, prepare a site analysis, functional
diagram, and illustrate master plan for the properties described above.
Be able to design and produce
accurate, complete and easily readable planting plans, plant lists, and detail
drawings for landscape projects.
- Be able to properly use paving
patterns, water features, and plant materials in a conceptual manner to create
good design as evidenced by the student's ability to incorporate those elements
into a unified solution.
Evaluation of the work will be based on completeness, accuracy of information,
appropriateness of design decisions, quality of graphic delineation, and clarity
of verbal presentaion.
Design projects will constitute a major portion of your grade. The
due dates for these can be found in the course syllabus; all projects must be
handed in at the begining of class on the day assigned. Late plans will
be penalized by dropping one grade per week.
Hort 308 Site Analysis
308 Client Questionaire
Hort 308 Designing
Sustainable Schoolyard Habitats
The mission of Clemson University's Department of Horticulture
is to promote personal and professional growth through the
discovery, communication, and application of horticultural
experiences, knowledge, and scholarship. Our work fosters
environmental stewardship while improving economic wellbeing,
health, and quality of life for all.