Purpose: Established to encourage the development of research, documentation, and teaching skills in the field of horticulture.

Provisions:

Funds one or more scholarships annually at $3000 to support study at an accredited college, university, or major botanic garden or arboretum. Projects may include but are not restricted to plant propagation, photographic documentation of studies and research projects, the acquisition of skills for working with horticulture collections, and research in horticulture in the broadest sense.

Eligibility

Open to college undergraduates and graduate students, advanced degree candidates, or non-degree-seeking applicants above the high school level. Eligibility is open to U.S. Citizens and permanent residents who are enrolled in a U.S. -

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