MG classes can be a good way to get a concentrated dose of
horticulture education in one place. Some programs are more
flower-garden oriented; others are more veggies. The
certification will probably help with employment at a garden
center; not much of anywhere else, though. And, IME the
volunteer time is just a way for the programs to get free grunt
labor. If the hours are a particular problem, a lot of ag
colleges have nightime programs with degrees in horticulture. It
can take a few years, but you'll graduate with a BS or MS in the
field; and some real employment prospects.
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