Join over 6,500 attendees, and attend the southeast's premier landscape and horticulture conference and trade event. The Landscape Show features over 200,000 square feet of trees, shrubs, equipment and more from nearly 450 exhibiting companies in 800+ booth spaces!
The Landscape Show is recognized as one of the premier nursery and landscape trade shows in the country. Known in the 1950's as the FNGA Trade Meet, The Landscape Show has a long history of bringing thousands of members of nursery industry together.
In addition to The Knowledge College workshops, each day brings new and exciting learning opportunities. Many take place at the Connections Corner and focus on industry hop topics!
The exhibit area at The Landscape Show uses 200,000 sq. ft of space to showcase nearly 450 exhibiting companies specializing in plants, trees, hardscape and horticulture-related supplies. Horticulture produce lines vary from trees, plants, shrubs, liners, annuals, perennials, foliage, turf grass and more. Hard good supplies include soils, mulches, equipment, nursery and greenhouse supplies, pavers, stones, statuary and much more.
Don't miss out on a great opportunity to get your company's name and products in The 2016 Landscape Show.
Type of Attendees:
Wholesale growers, rewholesalers, allied suppliers, landscape contractors, landscape maintenance firms, garden centers, resorts, theme parks, brokers, landscape architects, landscape designers, cities & municipalities and chain retailers.
Geographical Range of Attendees:
Regional, with majority of attendee s from Florida. Moderate attendance from Alabama, California, Caribbean, Georgia, North Carolina, Louisiana, South Carolina, Tennessee & Texas.
Type of Exhibitors:
Wholesale growers of woody ornamentals and palms, foliage, bedding plants, trees, perennials, brokers and allied suppliers. All allied suppliers must be directly related to the horticultural industry.
The Landscape Show is promoted through advertising in major industry magazines and press releases sent to major industry publications, newspapers, state associations and other media distributors and through direct mailings.
Now in it's sixth decade serving the industry, FNGLA is in its prime! The association represents all walks of the industry -- foliage, woody ornamental, citrus nurseries, floriculture producers, interiorscapers, retailers, allied suppliers and landscape professionals - as proven by the addition of "landscape" to the FNGA name-making the association the Florida Nursery, Growers and Landscape Association, FNGLA. Landscape contractors, landscape designers, landscape architects and the like now have an association targeting their needs. Government representation & monitoring, professional education and marketing projects encompass just some of the services provided by FNGLA to members and the industry.