The Longwood Graduate Program in Public Horticulture

The Longwood Graduate Program is one of the premier educational opportunities in public horticulture. Established in 1967, the Program is a partnership between Longwood Gardens and the University of Delaware, providing a fully-funded graduate experience of academic coursework, research, experiential learning, international exposure, and community engagement. The Program prepares transformational leaders through an innovative and practical immersion at one of the great gardens of the world. Our graduates earn a M.S. in Public Horticulture and attain prominent leadership positions at gardens and cultural institutions across the U.S. and abroad.

Program Leaders
Dr. Brian Trader, Interim Director
Ms. Marnie Conley, Program Co-Leader

The Latest News from The Longwood Graduate Program

The first year Fellows visited Ladew Topiary Gardens on a gorgeous sunny day in August. The naked ladies (Amaryllis belladonna) [...]
Wed, Aug 26, 2015
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Winterthur simply cannot be explored in one day. A 60-acre naturalistic garden, surrounded by 1000 acres of soft meadows, the [...]
Tue, Aug 18, 2015
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Sweeps of ferns blanket the ground beneath the mature tree canopy.
Sweeps of ferns blanket the ground beneath the mature tree canopy Despite its proximity to Valley Forge National Historic Park, the [...]
Tue, Aug 11, 2015
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