Latin only for plant names- most of them are fairly common, though I saw a couple I did not know.
Best of luck!
I passed Section 3 and 4 last April, and as the test is now formatted there isn’t much in the way of grading “design.” Instead of 4 vignettes which you had to grade from scratch, you now have many vignettes which need to be analyzed. Some are plans for which you will need to calculate spot elevations (you are given a starting elevation, distances…[Read more]
Forgot to mention: the CA landscape arch technical committee–the group in charge of licensing in CA–accepts certificates from UCLA Extension and UC Berkeley Extension as meeting the education requirements for licensure in California.
Your post is excellent and I’m very much in agreement with your sentiments.
My own story is a little different. I spent 25 years working in set design for a major theme park company, and in 2006 I decided to go the landscape arch school. I went through the UCLA Extension program, graduated in 2011, was fortunate enough to land a spot on a…[Read more]
I know several who have taken his Color Mastery workshop and were very favorably impressed.