Landscape is the foremost trade show for professionals in the landscaping industry, held at Battersea Park on 17 and 18 September 2019. You can register for free and the show is designed to introduce visitors to the latest products, services and techniques in landscaping, gardening and beyond.
Exhibitors include manufacturers and suppliers of everything from vases, pots and flag stones to furniture, conservatories, water features and sundials. You can expect all things iron work, planters, sheds, turf, sculpture, soil, plants and much, much more.
As well as many stands, there are four Meet the Designers sessions, which take place at the Central Bar on 18 September. Names include Jonathan Snow, Charlotte Rowe, Kate Gould and James Alexander-Sinclair. Each 15 minute session is a chance to discover the stories behind these industry names and what inspires them today.
The seminar programme also has a wealth of excellent talents including Andrew Fisher Tomlin from Fisher Tomlin & Bowyer, David Richardson from Commonwealth Wargraves Commission, Neil Lucas from Knoll Gardens and Paul Hensey from Green Zone. The seminars aim to educate, inform and inspire visitors and exhibitors alike.
Gardens Illustrated is partnering with the trade event this year and Landscape visitors will receive an exclusive subscription offer. So make sure you come and visit our stand and meet some of the team.
We'll see you there.
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