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GROWING CAMELLIAS Online Course

Home Study Camellias Course

Learn about camellias and their use. Beautiful camellias require little attention, once established, and yet there is so much to know about them. This course is a wonderful way of learning about the different groups of camellias (eg. japonicas, sasanquas, reticulatas), their special characteristics, and their culture. For amateurs and professionals; plant collectors, camellia enthusiasts, nurserymen, landscapers, gardeners and horticulturists.

Hours:

100

Mode:

Online, Correspondence

Payment:

from $50.00 AUD week

Lessons:

There are 8 lessons in this course:

  • Introduction
  • Culture
  • Propagation
  • Using Camellias
  • The most Commonly Grown Varieties
  • Other important Groups
  • The Lesser Grown Varieties
  • Special Assignment - On one selected plant or group.

Each lesson culminates in an assignment which is submitted to the school, marked by the school's tutors and returned to you with any relevant suggestions, comments, and if necessary, extra reading.

Aims

  • Identify different camellias.
  • Describe the cultural requirements common to most, if not all, camellias.
  • Propagate camellias
  • Determine and describe different ways of using Camellias.
  • Describe the identification and culture of most commonly cultivated camellias.
  • Describe the identification and culture of sasanqua and reticulata camellias.
  • Discuss a range of lesser grown species and cultivars of Camellia.
  • Discuss a specialist camellia related topic in depth.

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