Calendar of Events
Check our calendar for our speaking engagements, trade show and conference attendance, and other events we think you should know about!
January 7, 2015 through January 9, 2015, Columbus, OH
Rob McHale and Angela Clelan will be sharing information about the latest and greatest liners from North Creek, stop by Booth 2008 to say hello and see what's new!For more information, click here.
CNLA Winter Symposium & Expo
January 7, 2015 through January 8, 2015, New Haven, CT
Trade Show Expo – January 7 & 8, 2015
Steve Castorani will discuss Knowing and Growing Native Perennials on Thursday, January 8th from 3-4pm.For more information, click here.
Green & Growin' Trade Show
January 8, 2015 through January 9, 2015, Greensboro, NC
2015 Green & Growin'
January 5-7 — Education - The Sheraton Four Seasons Hotel
Come by to say hello to Carrie Wiles in Booth 828 and see what's new!For more information, click here.
New Directions in the American Landscape Conference
January 8, 2015 through January 9, 2015, Blue Bell, PA
A local conference for landscape professionals, developed by our friends at Larry Weaner Landscape Associates.
Annual New Directions in the American Landscape conference in Pennsylvania
From LWLA: "Speakers for the 2015 conference include biologist Marc-Andre Villard and landscape architect Robert Poore on landscape spatial patterns, entomologist Deborah Delaney on native pollinators, author and lawn alternative specialist Tom Christopher, biologist Robert Askins on his recent research on forests, invasive plant specialist Bernd Blossey with our own Larry Weaner, eco-historian Kerry Hardy, and finally, landscape architects Warren Byrd, Jr. and Serena Nelson from Nelson Byrd Woltz."For more information, click here.
MANTS 2015 - The Masterpiece of Tradeshows
January 14, 2015 through January 16, 2015, Baltimore, MD
“If it’s January, it must be MANTS!”
Landscape for Life™
February 25, 2015 through March 25, 2015, Kennett Square, PA
Join our friends from GreenWeaver Landscapes to learn how to make your home landscape more sustainable in this 5-week evening course based on the principals of the Sustainable Sites Initiative™
Where: Longwood Gardens
"In this 5 week course, you will learn to work with nature by covering subjects such as soil biology, water management, and native plantings, creating long-term plans to improve the health, beauty, and habitat value of your property.
Philadelphia International Flower Show
February 28, 2015 through March 8, 2015, Philadelphia, PA
A fun, local tradition - "Celebrate the Movies" with PHS at the 2015 Philadelphia Flower Show!
The PHS Philadelphia Flower Show is an annual event at the Pennsylvania Convention Center in March. It is the world’s oldest and largest indoor flower show, attracting more than 260,000 people annually. The Show features large-scale gardens, elaborate landscapes, and over-the-top floral creations.
Proceeds from the Show support PHS, particularly the City Harvest program, which feeds more than 1,200 families each week during the growing season.For more information, click here.
Bowman's Hill Wildflower Preserve Land Ethics Symposium
March 12, 2015, Doylestown, PA
SAVE THE DATE!
Lahr Symposium and Native Plant Sale
March 28, 2015, Washington, DC
North Creek's Carrie Wiles will be a featured speaker at the US National Arboretum's annual Lahr Symposium. Stay tuned for more details and registration information!For more information, click here.
TheDCH's 34th Annual Rare Plant Auction®
April 25, 2015, Kennett Square, PA
Saturday, April 25, 2015
Mix and mingle with fellow plant geeks, including some Creekers, at this annual fundraiser for The Delaware Center for Horticulture!
The 2015 Celebrated Plant Expert will be Tovah Martin, with Dan & Kathy Kristol as the Honorary Chairs of the Auction.
"Every plant – the rare and the not so rare- has a story to tell. Join us in celebrating those stories, and in creating a few of your own, at the Rare Plant Auction®. Proceeds help TheDCH to plant trees, build community gardens and enhance public green spaces across Delaware. You don’t need to have a green thumb, just an interest in the environment and, of course, an appreciation for a good story."For more information, click here.