The College of Agricultural Sciences

Horticulture and Landscape Architecture


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    “Fall into Landscape Architecture” lecture series


    Lectures and workshop hosted by CSU’s Student Chapter of the American Society of Landscape Architects will take place in Pathology 101


    Dan Euser – 6 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 19

    Chip Sullivan – 5 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 20

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    Evaluation Day at the Trial Garden


    Dozens of judges descended on Colorado State University’s Annual Flower Trial Garden on Aug. 4 and chose the best-performing flowers from about 1,100 varieties of annuals and perennials planted in the showy garden. Evaluators inspected flower varieties for overall growth, bloom and other factors.

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    Urban Lab – A Partnership


    Learn how Horticulture and Landscape Architecture Assistant Professor is partnering with the City of Fort Collins to help improve our community through CSU’s Urban Lab.

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    Crops for Health


    Can a bean really help cancer? Colorado State University scientists Henry J. Thompson and Mark A. Brick seem to think so.

    The National Cancer Institute awarded a $1.54 million five-year grant to scientists Thompson and Brick in CSU’s College of Agricultural Sciences to study the disease-fighting ability of a common bean domesticated in the Andean Mountains of South America.


About Us

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Through hands-on experiential learning in each of our three majors, Environmental Horticulture, Horticulture, and Landscape Architecture, we encourage human engagement with the landscape and demonstrate our focus to solve problems for people, agriculture, and the environment through scholarship and creativity fostered by teamwork and individual diversity.