Orlando, FL - More than 6,500 nursery and landscape professionals converged in Orlando in September for three days of networking, professional development - and inspiration.
Produced by the Florida Nursery, Growers and Landscape Association, The Landscape Show's theme this year was, "Get Your Green On," an invitation which sought to play on the current exploding consumer trend involving seeking wellness within green spaces.
In addition to 25 workshops on topics including landscaping, management, irrigation and design, the show also offered virtually endless possibilities for attendees to view the newest plant material.
The massive show floor featured over 200,000 square feet – nearly five acres – of trees, shrubs, flowering plants and more from 400 exhibiting companies in 850 booth spaces.
FNGLA is the nation's largest state nursery and landscape association, representing Florida's environmental horticulture industry which generates $21 billion total output sales and directly employs 232,000 people (2015).
For more information on The Landscape Show, visit its website.