Landscape Design Schools
The NGC welcomes all interested gardeners to landscape design
school whose purpose is to develop an appreciation of the
environment, both natural and built.
The curriculum, in a series of four courses, covers a wide range
of subjects: from landscape design history to landscape
architecture in the year 2000 and beyond. Since its founding in
1958, professional instructors have maintained the high standards
originally incorporated in the study program. Also offered are many
optional programs, such as conferences, symposia and tours.
Students acquire the tools for making their own gardens more
beautiful and easier to maintain. Many students have been motivated
to serve in political decision-making areas where awareness of the
impact of a well-designed landscape can enhance the beauty and
enjoyment of life in the public arena.
the NGC Landscape Design Newsletter -
NEWSCAPES Fall 2103
NEWSCAPES Spring 2013
NEWSCAPES Fall 2012
NEWSCAPES Spring 2012
about a course near you, contact the chairman listed or the NGC
your Operations Guides to conform to these new
At the NGC Fall
Board Meeting in St. Louis on Friday, October 2, 2009 the NGC
Executive Committee recommended and the Board of Directors approved
the following changes to become effective as of January 1, 2010 for
Environmental Studies, Gardening Study and Landscape Design Schools
both virtual and on-site
- That all time restrictions for students between courses for
Gardening Study, Environmental Studies and Landscape Design Schools
be removed from all school course material.
- That Gardening Study, Environmental Studies and Landscape
Design Schools be permitted the option of conducting back-to-back
- Refresher credit for consultant and master consultants will be
granted once only within a calendar year beginning in the year
following receipt of consultant or master consultant certification.
(This recommendation remains in effect.)