The studies are intended for graduates of various fields of study, interested in the use of ornamental plants both in private (flat, home garden) and public space (workplace, office buildings, greenery) through the proper use of plants, both due to their aesthetic qualities and and pro-health impact to improve the quality of life. The studies are intended to develop the students’ creativity and teach them to use plants as an artistic material. The classes include 280 hours of instruction – 90 hours of lectures, 90 hours of exercises and 100 hours of practical classes. The two-day conventions take place once a month between early March 2021 and February 2022 (summer break). During the theoretical classes, students will learn about plant material and the principles of interior decoration, creating plant compositions (from potted, cut and permanent plants) and planting seasonal flower beds, flower beds and various types of containers (balconies, terraces, patios, greenery, roof gardens) with the use of perennials and ornamental trees and shrubs. The participants of the study will learn about the impact of ornamental plants on the human environment and the possibilities of using them to improve the quality of life – aromatherapy and hortiotherapy (therapeutic gardens). The study program meets new trends in improving the quality of life through contact with plants and is intended to provide students with the knowledge of the current range of ornamental plants and new perspectives for their application. As part of the exercises and practice, students make design assumptions for seasonal flowerbeds, perennial beds and interior decorations; they visit wholesalers and points of sale of plants, nurseries of perennials and ornamental shrubs; learn about plants in educational collections. Classes will be conducted by specialists dealing with ornamental plants, landscape and interior architects and artists. The basis for passing the course is the completion of a own project.