Plant Science II explores plant life through the lens of produce, greenhouse/nursery plants, plant growth, and reproduction structures. Topics to be covered include plants, plant identification, soils for growth, and plant entomology. The course examines the importance of plant cell structures, functions of cells, plant processes, nonvascular plants, vascular plants, roots, stems, leaves, flowers, and reproduction of plants. Learners may be introduced to the biological, environmental, conservation, and ecological. Landscape Design prepares learners to design, construct, and maintain planted areas and devices for the beautification of home grounds and other areas of human habitation and recreation. This class will be delivered through hybrid model of on-line coursework, field trips, and lab activities.