The University of Florida has set up scholarships for botany students who can’t find a full-time job after graduating from high school.
Botany students will receive a $2 in scholarship money each year to help cover the costs of living expenses, tuition, books, fees and room and board.
The school said the money will be split between four botany scholarships and two botany baccalaureate scholarships.
The scholarships were approved by the Botany School Board on Monday.
It was announced last month that the Botanic Gardens will close this summer because of a drought.