Calendar of Events
Check our calendar for our speaking engagements, trade show and conference attendance, and other events we think you should know about!
Millersville Native Plant Conference 2018
June 6 through June 9, Millersville PA
The 2018 Native Plants in the Landscape Conference will be held June 6-9, 2018 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.
Darwin Perennials Day
June 20, 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!For more information, click here.
July 14 through July 17, Columbus, OH
Come see us at Booth 1001-1003!
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.
Cullowhee Native Plant Conference
July 18 through July 21, Cullowhee NC
The purpose of the Cullowhee Conference is to increase interest in and knowledge of propagating and preserving native southeastern plant species in the landscape. Past participants of the conference have included landscape architects, commercial nursery operators, garden club members, botanists, and horticulturists from state highway departments, universities, native plant societies, botanical gardens, and arboretums. Both professionals and laypersons will gain valuable knowledge from the informative field trips, lectures, and workshops.For more information, click here.
Field Day at SEAREC
July 26, Manheim, Pennsylvania
2018 Penn State Flower Trial located at the Penn State Southeast Agricultural Research and Extension Center (SEAREC) in Lancaster County, PA. The Trial evaluates commercially available annual and perennial flowering plants, both seed and vegetatively propagated, as well as plants not yet in the market.
Exciting opportunity to see how new plants are performing, network, and see a great talk!For more information, click here.
National Perennial Plant Symposium
July 30 through August 3, Raleigh, NC
We're going to The 36th Annual Perennial Plant Symposium is the only yearly symposium devoted entirely to perennials. Enjoy learning about and observing perennials, gardens, retail garden centers and production facilities in the horticulturally vibrant Raleigh-Durham, North Carolina region. Hear and engage with 20+ perennial industry experts. Perhaps most importantly, you'll network with the best in the industry.For more information, click here.
IPPS Eastern Region Conference
September 23 through September 26, Newark, Delaware
The IPPS Eastern Region’s 2018 Conference will be held from September 23-26 in Newark, Delaware. The four-day event will feature a full day pre-conference tour on Sunday, September 23rd followed by two days with morning presentations and afternoon tours. The final day will be Wednesday, September 26th with a morning of talks; the conference will end about noon.For more information, click here.
ASLA Annual Meeting and EXPO
October 19 through October 22, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
We'll fill you in when more information becomes available. Excited to see you there!For more information, click here.