Thinking about a career in horticulture? Here’s a challenge: name every job you can think of in the field of horticulture.
We bet your list will just scratch the surface.
A horticulture degree can lead to careers in plant breeding, genetic engineering, landscape design, farming, floral design, research, nursery production, education, food science, landscape construction and management, pest control, marketing — the list goes on.
There are jobs out there you might not even know exist, like horticulture therapists who help senior citizens and those with disabilities by using their expertise in therapeutic plants.
Let’s take look at some of the best horticulture careers.