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Old 03-28-2003, 01:40 AM
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I would have to second what Tim said. Start out with horticulture, then find out what you like and take it from there. You can do just fine without a formal education in this business, however if you do go for your education, you become a LOT more attractive to certain types of clients who will pay the $$$ for your time. That, and if you want to go out and work for somebody after you get your degree, you are that much more marketable. Which means that you would be working with higher class companies because they are the only ones who can really afford you. Think about where you want to be 10, 15, 20 years down the road. Do you want to be installing plants into the ground yourself? Or do you want to be the one who gets paid to do the designs, and then has people do the actual installs?
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