(EDISON, N.J.) ― It may still be fall, but spring will be here before you know it, and the NJ Plants show is back in its 6th year to help nursery, landscape and retail garden center businesses start their year off right, Jonathan Levin, Director of Expos, Townsquare Media announced today.
The largest and most comprehensive nursery and landscape show in the Tri-State Area will again take place in Edison, NJ drawing together landscape professionals, garden center owners, nursery growers, suppliers and commercial grounds managers to exchange ideas, discover solutions and develop deep connections between industry professionals.
Endorsed by the New Jersey Nursery and Landscape Association (NJNLA), NJ Plants will offer vast B2B exposure to hundreds of green industry suppliers in the Tri-State region and offer a multitude of professional credits, including pesticide credits for N.J., N.Y., PA, and CT, N.J. Fertilizer, Certified Nursery Landscape Professional, ASLA, APLD, and more! Landscape contractors and designers will also have the chance to preview spring inventories from more than 3 dozen wholesale nurseries, many with nuanced specialties.
“We are extremely excited for the 6th Annual NJ Plants Trade Show. This year’s event will bring the best landscape and nursery suppliers right here to our backyards in N.J. The event will continue to showcase homegrown New Jersey natives promoting their products and services, sharing their professional expertise, and educating the industry. Never before have we had so many great reasons for attendees to participate in NJ Plants,” said Jonathan Levin, Director of Expos, Townsquare Media.
“NJ Plants continues to grow and is an exciting experience every year,” said Dominick Mondi, Executive Director of the New Jersey Nursery and Landscape Association. “These show dates, coupled with over 50 educational sessions and a diverse trade show floor make this event a must attend for any nursery or landscape professional looking to start the year off on the right foot.”
The two-day event taking place at the New Jersey Convention Center on Wednesday, February 24th and Thursday, February 25th will open its doors at 9:00 a.m. and close at 4:00 p.m.
Registration opens January 4th for attendees. For more information about NJ Plants and to register to attend or become an exhibitor, visit www.njplantshow.com