Each Spring Semester, Sean Sullivan from GardenArt, teaches a class in Purdue’s College of Agriculture. Sean teaches “HORT 316” which is an upper level course offered to students in the Horticulture and Landscape Architecture Department. Sean shares his expertise with his students covering “an introduction to the primary elements and systems of the constructed landscape, including landform, edging, paving, retaining wall, decking, low-voltage lighting, irrigation, drainage and ornamental water systems.”
On this cold Spring day, Sean brings his students to the GardenArt headquarters to practice some building basics.
See more photos from Sean’s HORT 316 class — click HERE.
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