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Horticulture and Natural Resources

Explore the possibilities of Floriculture at K-State!

We're excited that you're interested in learning more about floriculture as a career! Two paths—floral design and greenhouse crops production—are available to you through a Bachelor of Science degree in Horticulture at K-State. We hope that you will schedule a visit to learn more!

To schedule a personalized campus visit: www.ksu.edu/visit
To participate in an ag experience day: www.ag.ksu.edu/agexperience

Hands-on learning is at the heart of Horticulture
Internships and labs are the best ways to learn how to use plants and flowers to make people smile.

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Internships are a required component
of K-State's Horticulture degree. As
examples, Rachel Peterson spent
6 months on an internship at Silver Vasa
Orchids in Florida (left). Curtis Partain's
internship at Tagawa Greenhouse
Enterprise (right) included a stint
working with succulent productions.

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You can't work for peanuts! Info about industry salaries....

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Successful Alumni Impact the Industry

FloralPlantsJason Twaddell turned his internship at Van Wingerden International into the first step of his career.  Today, he is a Technical Product Rep for Ball Floral Plant.