EDISON, N.J. — The New Jersey Plants Show is coming back to Edison, N.J., from Feb. 28 to March 1 for its seventh year, according to Sally Lidinsky, Townsquare Media Events Director .
NJ Plants, the largest and most comprehensive nursery and landscape show in the Tri-State Area will take place in Edison. The show draws together landscape professionals, garden center owners, nursery growers, suppliers and commercial grounds managers to exchange ideas, discover solutions and develop deep connections between industry professionals.
Endorsed by the New Jersey Nursery and Landscape Association, NJ Plants will offer vast B2B exposure to hundreds of green industry suppliers in the Tri-State region and offer a multitude of professional credits, including pesticide credits for New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania and Connecticut, NJ Fertilizer, ASLA, APLD, and more. Landscape contractors and designers will also have the chance to preview spring inventories from more than three-dozen wholesale nurseries, many with nuanced specialties.
NJ Plants will showcase more than 50 esteemed professionals to lead seminars, sharing their expertise on a wide range of topics. Among these are several keynote speakers: Author Claudia West will speak about increasing the value of your landscape, industry leader Judy Sharpton will highlight five key investments to make to upgrade your store presentation, and Dr. Brian Voynick from the American Animal Hospital will talk about how to create pet-friendly landscapes. Among these keynote speakers are many other industry professionals that will provide relevant educational seminars (some offered in Spanish). Read the full seminar schedule at http://njplantshow.com/seminar-schedule/.
The two-day event taking place at the New Jersey Convention Center on Feb. 28 to March 1 will open its doors at 9 a.m. and close at 4 p.m.
Registration opened Nov. 10 for attendees. For more information about NJ Plants and to register to attend or become an exhibitor, visit www.njplantshow.com.
— Townsquare Media