Landscaping and Groundskeeping

If you enjoy being outdoors, working with plants and thinking of ways to make parks or other places more beautiful, a career in landscaping and groundskeeping could be for you. Continue reading to learn about the educational requirements and possible careers available.

Inside Landscaping and Groundskeeping

The job responsibilities for landscaping and groundskeeping workers are very similar and often overlap. Groundskeeping workers, also called groundskeepers, care for sod, plants and trees and maintain a variety of facilities, such as athletic fields, university campuses, golf courses, cemeteries and parks. Groundskeepers may also be responsible for raking leaves, clearing snow and land irrigation.

Landscaping workers, also known as landscapers, design and maintain grounds for commercial and residential clients. They plant and care for grass and vegetation, install lighting and sprinkler systems, and build terraces, walkways, decks, patios and fountains. As well as transporting and planting new vegetation, they transplant, fertilize, mulch and water flowering plants, shrubs and trees, as well as mowing and watering lawns.

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