Horticulture Floral Design


Graduates of JJC’s Floral Design/Interior Plantscaping program have experience and skills in basic western, party and event work, as well as care and handling of fresh cut materials.

Certificate of Completion Requirements

What Will I Learn?

Students gain a working knowledge of care and maintenance of a variety of tropical plants used in the interior plantscaping industry.

Students will complete 19 weeks of internship training at a floral or interior plantscaping job site as part of their program of study.

Gainful Employment

What is Unique About Horticulture Floral Design?

The program is accredited through the American Institute of Floral Designers (AIFD). The college maintains memberships with the Illinois State Floral Association (IFSA), and Michigan Floral Association (MFA).

These affiliations provide excellent educational opportunities for our students.


What Are my Career Opportunities?

Jobs exist in retail floral shops, grocery store chains, as well as in wholesale floral supply operations.

Students can also work in the interior grocery store chains, as well as in wholesale florals supply operations. Students can also work in the interior plantscaping world as plant technicians and designers. Installing holiday designs and maintaining indoor retail businesses and others offer design services from a studio location. Jobs also exist in the free-lance world of floral design.