July 4
Independence Day – UCLA Extension closed

July 31
Fall Enrollment Begins

August 19
Free Information Session

September 25
Fall Quarter Begins Begins

Dec 18-Jan 8
Winter Break – UCLA Extension Closed

Success Stories

If you’ve taken a Horticulture & Gardening course and currently work in the landscape/horticulture field, we want to hear from you! Send a short description for inclusion on our web site by filling in this form.

Read the success stories of other Horticulture & Gardening students.

UCLA Extension Horticulture Program Co Sponsor of the 2017 Urban Soil Summit!

UCLA Extension and Greener Gardens Group are co-sponsors of the 2017 Urban Soil Summit 2.0.

This is your chance to dig deep into the fascinating and beautiful world of soil, right here on campus.
The Summit unites a diverse group of leading thinkers, scientists, engineers, policy makers, architects, planners, designers, and concerned individuals in an energetic exchange about the science and actions necessary to create soil security, a fundamental building block of resilience.

Over two days, dialogue will enlighten, inspire, amaze and motivate attendees to connect with each other and take action in their own lives to nurture the soil beneath their feet.

August 7-9
UCLA Campus – Luskin Conference Center

To find out more and to register

Director Stephanie Landregan talks about our connection with soil and whats happening this year at the conference.

Below is a great video that explains the importance of healthy soil.


Horticulture & Gardening Course Catalog

Click the catalog cover to view the Horticulture & Gardening section of the UCLA Extension catalog.

Registration for Fall quarter begins today! Fall quarter is from September 25 – December 17.

Fall 2017 registration is officially open! To view a listing of Horticulture & Gardening classes offered this quarter, browse our catalog by clicking here or on the image on the left. You can also search for specific courses online.

Are you a new student? Use the Quarterly Curriculum Sequence Chart plan your quarterly class schedule.

If you would like to become a candidate in the Horticulture & Gardening certificate, fill out the online application and pay the $200 candidacy fee. This can be done at anytime, you do not need to be a certificate student to take any of the Horticulture & Gardening courses.

For more information on the certificate and/or courses please contact the Program Manager, Melissa McDonald at 310-825-9414

To order a printed copy of the catalog, please complete the Catalog Request form.

Students can enroll online or over the phone by calling the UCLA Extension registration department at (310) 825-9971. Please have the Reg # and a credit card number ready. For more information about enrolling, please see How to Enroll.