The participants should revive and reconsider "old-fashioned" flowers, "outdated" plants and "obsolete" accessories.
It will concentrate on the international trend towards ever larger megacities and on the resulting possibilities for horticulture.
Nursery employees and bush and shrub gardeners exhibiting at IPM ESSEN were able to submit their plants, provided with an explanatory text, for the Show Your Colours Award 2017. Here, the storytelling is essential. Visitors are now able to vote their three favourites.
Under the title of "New Diseases and Pests: Consequences for the Green Sector", visitors can look forward to a top-class information event for nursery gardeners, landscape gardeners and decision takers in local authorities. Any interested people can register by January 20, 2017.
Against the background of the digitisation, the North Rhine-Westphalia Association for Horticulture, Landscaping and Sports Field Construction (VGL NRW) will stage a future congress entitled "Horticulture and Landscaping Outlooks" on Thursday, January 26, 2017. The top speaker will be Sascha Lobo.
The invitation to compete for the international INDEGA IPM Innovation Award 2017 is focusing on new products or technical innovations for the regional or supraregional production of vegetables. All the exhibitors at IPM ESSEN from the fields of horticultural technology, fertilisers and substrates can make their submissions from now on.
Under the motto of "Floral Living - Living and Presenting in the Workshop Look", the BLOOM's special show will offer fresh ideas for florists to be taken over into their own box of ideas immediately.
The teaching show in the Green City which will be characterised by cultivation control in ornamental plant cultivation will certainly be a hotspot of the Horticulture Info Center once again.
Plan your visit to the trade fair!