Horticultural Experiences

Atlanta Botanical Garden |  Biltmore House | Brookgreen Gardens | Hi Cotton Greenhouses


Spring 2013 - Hi Cotton Greenhouses (St. Matthews, SC)

Wade, Allen, and Alex listening to advice from Brent Crenshaw Owner of Hi Cotton Greenhouses.

production of annuals outdoors under cold-frames Wholesale production of annuals under a hi-tunnel style greenhouse

David Rickenbaker discussing the economics of wholesale production of annuals.

Discussion about liner quality David Rickenbaker discussing greenhouse economics

Wholesale production of annuals for sale to landscape industry.

Picture of red geraniums, purple Persian Shield Plants and yellow sweetflag

Spring 2013 - Brookgreen Gardens

Horticulture Club members enjoying the Live Oaks.

Walking through the garden with 100 year old live oaks covered with Spanish moss Live oak covered with spanish moss

Wade and Alex examine the Poppy's (and the snake you can't see).

Walking on the wall near the poppy gardens

Wave sculpture at Brookgreen Gardens.

Wave sculpture at Brookgreen

Winter 2011 - Atlanta Botanical Garden

Katie, Jaime, and Jaclyn looking at the model train display.

3 hort club members looking at model train display Model trains display at Atlanta Botanical Garden

Examining the gnomes in the waterfall in the Children's Garden.

Looking at gnomes in waterfall in Children's Garden Gnomes in waterfall in the Children's Garden

Winterberry holly and a display in the children's garden attracting interest from the Hort Club attendees.

Winterberry garnering interest from students Timmy looking at exhibit in the Childrens Garden

Ivy-topiaries of bears in the conservatory winter display.

3 bear topiary in the conservatory

Chahuly glass on fountain near the conservatory.

Blue and white chahuly glass on waterfall in a garden


Spring 2011 - Biltmore House

Biltmore House

Looking at view of The Biltmore House Nathan taking picture of the mansion

Students in Biltmore House Gardens Walking the garden path

Looking at interesting plant Susan looking at blooming forsythia