The cultivation of a garden or orchard; the art of cultivating gardens or orchards.
the growing of fruit and vegetables
The cultivation of plants for ornament or food.
(HOR·ti·CUL·ture). A form of agriculture where the cultivation of plants is by means of human effort and a limited, non-mechanized technology, i.e. simple hand tools.
the domestication of plants
the cultivation of ornamental and vegetable plants in gardens or smallholdings (market gardens). Latin: hortus = garden. [CUB
The intensive cultivation of plants.
a simple form of agriculture based on the working of small plots of land without draft animals, plows, or irrigation; also called extensive agriculture.
Farming fruit, vegetables and flowers.
The cultivation of flowers,fruits,vegetables and ornamental plants.
Horticulture is the science or art of cultivating fruits, vegetables, flowers, or ornamental plants. Horticulture involves five areas of study. These areas are floriculture (production and marketing of floral crops), landscape horticulture (production, marketing and maintenance of landscape plants), olericulture (production and marketing of vegetables), pomology (production and marketing of fruits), and postharvest physiology that maintains quality and preventing spoilage of horticultural crops.
production of vegetables and flowers
The science of growing fruits, vegetables, flowers, shrubs, and trees.
an established horticultural supplier of quality product to the amenity, landscaping and private sector garden industry
a well established horticultural supplies company offering quality products to the amenity and soft landscaping industry
plant cultivation carried out with relatively simple tools and methods
The art or science of cultivating gardens
Production of vegetables, flowers, fruits on a commercial scale
Horticulture derives from the Latin hortus. It meant a 'garden' space, in contrast to an 'agricultural' space.
A method of cultivation that is believed to be sustainable
The science and art of growing fruit, flowers, ornamental plants, and vegetables in small gardens.
The cultivation of fruit, flowers, vegatables and shrubs, also used to describe the commercial production of such crops on general farms
Horticulture is the science of growing fruits, vegetables, flowers, and ornamental plants.
The science of growing fruits, vegetables, flowers or ornamental plants.
A general term referring to methods of cultivation that do not involve monocropping
The Latin words hortus (garden plant) and cultura (culture) together form horticulture, classically defined as the culture or growing of garden plants. Horticulturists work in plant propagation, crop production, plant breeding and genetic engineering, plant biochemistry, plant physiology, and the storage, processing, and transportation of fruits, berries, nuts, vegetables, flowers, trees, shrubs, and turf. They improve crop yield, quality, nutritional value, and resistance to insects, diseases, and environmental stresses.