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Welcome to Herbology 201

My name is Matthew Aspen, or Professor Aspen for short, and I am glad to give you all a very warm welcome to this course. My PAs and myself expect great things from you, so we are eager to see you all "grow" in the greenhouses. However, we would like you to read the following information about the course before enrolling in it:

1-Whenever you submit an assignment, it goes to our queue. We usually grade them quickly, but sometimes this is not possible due to many factors. That is why we would like you to be patient and rest assure that your assignments will be graded shortly.

2-The Herbology Team is more than happy to receive your questions about the course. Please do so in a formal and respectful manner, and your queries will be answered quickly. As a matter of fact, let me inform you that Nicole Leininger is not available for answering your questions, so please derive them to other PAs or myself.

3-Even though we are professionals and enjoy what we do, we are also prone to make mistakes. If you believe that an assignment has not been fairly graded, please send Professor Aspen an owl as soon as possible, outlining your reasons why you believe so, together with the ID number of your assignment. Remember that appeals are evaluated and they can have positive or negative replies, meaning that your grade might change for good or for bad. Bear this in mind when you contact me about such topic.

4-All assignments can be retaken if you get less than 70% in them.

5-All assignments for HERB201 now have a short sentence in colour to indicate if the assignment can be resubmitted or not.

Year Two, Lesson One Hands-on Herbology WelcomeHello again, students! I’m so glad to see you all back in the greenhouse for another year of plants, pondering, and puns. Last year started you on a worthwhile and exciting journey to discovering all there is to know about our leafy neighbors. I…
Year Two, Lesson Two Hands-on Herbology IntroductionWelcome back, students! I hope planting your dandelions went well last week. This week we will be centering our focus on one of the largest challenges we encounter as herbologists that can negatively impact our attempts to cultivate plants: pests…
Year Two, Lesson Three Hands-on Herbology IntroductionHello again, my lovely young herbologists! Today is a jam-packed lesson, as always. Yes, I know, I know. I do have a tendency to go on a bit, but there’s simply so much to cover as you journey on to become accomplished in the herbal arts.…
Year Two, Lesson FourHands-on Herbology IntroductionCome in, and take a seat, Second Years. We have much to do today, and it is, as always, quite important. The purpose of this lesson is to go over the process of harvesting and what considerations need to be made for that stage of a plant’…
Year Two, Lesson Five Hands-on Herbology IntroductionToday we will be talking about plants that herbologists often find a hindrance. A garden full of needy plants that require different amounts of sun, water, and soil types is certainly a challenge, but what about plants that won’t stay wh…
Year Two, Lesson Six Hands-on Herbology IntroductionGood afternoon, class! Today we will be heading into Greenhouse Two, where I keep all our nocturnal plants and plants that otherwise don’t tolerate sunlight. We will be discussing tips for the care and cultivation of these plants as well as…
Year Two, Lesson SevenHands-on Herbology IntroductionAnother lesson, another group of plants! We will not be going on any field trips today and will remain in Greenhouse One. The plants we are studying today can be easily transported to and from Greenhouse Four, where we grow them. Today, as you m…
Year Two, Lesson EightHands-on Herbology IntroductionWelcome back to round two of water plants, class! This week’s topic is the saltwater cousins of the plants we looked at last week. There are thousands of verdant denizens under the sea, though they may have escaped your notice as they ar…
Year Two, Lesson Nine Hands-on Herbology IntroductionHello, everyone, and welcome to your last lesson in Herbology this year! Today we are going to look at some charms and plants. After all, aren’t plants just charming? We will first be covering a few spells that are definitely on a need-to-…
Get ready to get your hands dirty! The second class in the series builds off of the foundation created by the first. This class teaches about common problems like diseases and pruning, as well as focuses on some specialized plants that require slightly more skill, like nocturnal or underwater blooms, and finishes with a guest lecture about using magic to grow plants.

Updated March 2019.
Course Prerequisites:
  • HERB-101

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