Calendar of Events
Check our calendar for our speaking engagements, trade show and conference attendance, and other events we think you should know about!
Lancaster County Clean Water Consortium - MS4Forum
June 3, Lancaster PA
Municipal Stormwater Forum
The Municipal Stormwater Forum will be focused on providing municipalities with the information they need to achieve MS4 compliance and manage their stormwater operations and maintenance responsibilities. This forum is designed especially for municipal public works employees, elected officials, and staff who coordinate MS4/stormwater management activities.For more information, click here.
Millersville Native Plant Conference 2019
June 5 through June 8, Millersville PA
The 2019 Native Plants in the Landscape Conference will be held June5-8, 2019 at Millersville University, in Millersville, PA.
Inspirational field trips, educational workshops, engaging topics of concern, native plant and book sale, and native plant merchandise – this is a conference you don’t want to miss. Continuing education credits are available.For more information, click here.
APGA 2019 Conference
June 17 through June 21, Washington D.C.
The 2019 theme, Thrive Together, Diversity Grows Gardens is intended to show the impact our industry has in the world and push public gardens to be accessible and inclusive for all who work at and visit these spaces. From the valuable plant collections of the U.S. National Arboretum, to the “outdoor museums” of the Smithsonian, the pristine garden rooms at Hillwood Estate, Museum & Gardens, and the United States Botanic Garden, one of the oldest botanic gardens in North America, the 2019 host gardens will inspire and spark dynamic exchanges that celebrate diversity of thought, experience, and contributions through horticultural practices and public engagement. Join us and discover the garden oases and hidden gems that lie beyond the monuments.For more information, click here.
Darwin Perennials Day
June 19, West Chicago, IL
An exciting event packed with an endless assortment of new variety field trials focused on perennials and ornamental shrubs…AND the latest tips and trends from industry experts. We hope to cross paths with you at Darwin Days 2019!
THE PREMIER PERENNIALS EVENT!
For more information, click here.
July 13 through July 16, Columbus, OH
Approximately 10,000 industry professionals connected in over 120 educational sessions and on the 7 acre-trade show floor. Cultivate is recognized as the premier educational and trade show event for horticulture professionals in North America, attracting thousands of attendees to Columbus, Ohio every July.
A hotspot for professionals from every walk of plant life from garden retail to landscape to nursery and suppliers, we're proud to attend Cultivate each year and be a part of our thriving and changing community.For more information, click here.
Perennial Plant Association National Symposium
July 28 through August 2, Chicago IL
The Perennial Plant Association’s National Symposium is July 28 - August 2, 2019.
Held in conjunction with All-America Selections and National Garden Bureau, the National Symposium will be in Rosemont, IL, in the Chicago, IL area.
The National Symposium includes a three-day core symposium (Tuesday - Thursday) that features world-renowned speakers including Piet Oudolf and Roy Diblik, tours of Chicago, and 2 great dinners!For more information, click here.
North Creek Nurseries Field Day
August 15, Landenberg PA
Join the Chesapeake Conservation Landscaping Council for a field day at North Creek Nurseries!
We will spend the afternoon exploring the nursery, their new production facility and a guided tour of their showcase gardens.
Wine and cheese will be provided.
Sign up at the link provided.For more information, click here.
2019 Eastern Region Annual Conference
October 16 through October 19, Madison WI
Come to the U.S. Heartland to learn the latest on propagation, production, and new plant breeding from industry leaders. IPPS Eastern Region conference tours will visit major propagation and production nurseries, botanical gardens, and corporate landscape designs across southern Wisconsin.The educational program as well as the tours will demonstrate the diversity and resilience of the plants and people that live and work in what can be a challenging climate. Save the dates now and plan to join us!For more information, click here.