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The applicants area of study must be horticulture, floriculture, forestry, landscape design, environmental science, botany, plant pathology, or any subject pertaining to those listed.
These hybrids are on view at the U.S. Botanic Garden conservatory, where a rear gallery is devoted to a gently didactic exhibition of the history of the poinsettia in U.S. floriculture.
The garden is full of shady trees, exotic plants, cacti and palm trees, and one doesn't need to be a floriculture enthusiast to enjoy it.
Floriculture is another basic element of Japanese culture, and one that served California and East Bay immigrants well since before the turn of the century.
The line is being extended by 120 kilometers (75 miles) to Naivasha, a floriculture hub northwest of Nairobi.
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