Course Structure and Textbook COURSE STRUCTURE "If you wish to be happy for a week, have a big party. If you wish to be happy for a year, get married. If you wish to be happy for life, grow a garden." - Old Chinese proverb Southwest Home Gardening is an Internet course consisting of 12 instructional topics presented in 4 modules that are available on this web site (see Course Documents section). The course is divided into four modules consisting of three programs each. For each module, students must complete three on-line quizzes and submit one creative assignment by the due date for that module. The quizzes are open book/notes and can only be taken once during the time period listed. Your grade for the quizzes and creative assignments will be posted electronically in the myASU website gradebook. Grades for creative assignments will be posted approximately 1 week after the assignment due date. Read this special note: If you do not complete quizzes or assignment before the due date, you are responsible for contacting the instructor immediately by e-mail. No make-ups will be given to students who fail to do this. COURSE TEXTBOOK The required text is Sunset's Western Garden Book, 8th (2007) Edition . Students may purchase the text at many local bookstores and garden centers. It is also available online at amazon.com and barnes&noble.com. This is a general book about landscaping and gardening in the western U.S. It's packed with information useful for the course as well as information about plants adapted to our area.
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