Flowers have been considered as the symbol of grace and elegance and a feast for our eyes. They are used on all religious festival occasions. Flowers are given as a birthday presents, wedding gifts or while meeting sick people and even at funerals. Most Hindu ladies adhere their; hair style with flowers i.e. Gajara and Veni and it is one of the important floral ornament which will and grace to their beauty. All the people irrespective of their origin, race, sex and cadre love flowers.
     Importance of flowers is not restricted up to the beautification, decoration or preparation of Gajra, Garland, Veni or Bouquets but also have the industrial importance too. Some flowers like Rose, Jasmines, Tuberose, Kevda, Bakul are used for extraction of essential oils which is base for preparation of perfumes, scents or attar. From rose Gulkand, Rose water etc. products are also prepare. All most all big cities are developing very speedily to accommodate this fast growing population, cement concrete, jungle is also developing at the same rate and thus peoples are now realizing the importance of open space, parks and garden for relaxation, peace of mind, recreation and unpolluted air. Thus, to meet out all these problems bio-aesthetic planning is essential, which runs hand in hand with town planning. In modem life floriculture garden in the country yard is an integral part of the modern life and thus ornamental plants have found a pride of place in home gardening.
     Thus, taking into consideration the different points i.e. bio-aesthetic planning, floral garden, indoor decoration, social functions and religious functions the demand for floricultural plants is increasing day by day and to meet out the same there is a good scope for growing and raising of Ornamental or Floricultural plants. When Flower Trade is concerned; different flowers like Rose, Chrysanthemum, Gladiolus, Tuberose are demanded in the market as cut flowers. While Aster, Gaillardia, Marigold, Chrysanthemum, Jasmines, Tager Nerium as loose flowers.



Sr.No Sem. Course No. Course Title Credits
1 III H/FL-231 Commercial Floriculture 2+1=3
2 IV H/FL - 242 Ornamental Horticulture 1+1=2
3 VI H/FL - 363 Breeding and Seed Production of Flower and Ornamental Plants 2+1=3
4 VII RAWE-FL- 484 Floriculture and Landscape Architecture 0+1=1
5 V H/AROMED-241 Medicinal and Aromatic Crops 2+1=3


Sr.No Sem. Course No. Course Title Credits
1 III H/FL-231 Commercial Floriculture 2+1=3
2 IV H/FL - 242 Ornamental Horticulture 1+1=2
3 VI H/FL - 363 Breeding and Seed Production of Flower and Ornamental Plants 2+1=3
4 VII RAWE-FL- 484 Floriculture and Landscape Architecture 0+1=1
5 V H/AROMED-241 Medicinal and Aromatic Crops 2+1=3

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