US: Village Nurseries showcases at 2013 Landscape Expo

Village Nurseries, a specialty wholesale grower for landscape professionals and independent garden centers, will sponsor and showcase its proprietary and non-proprietary plants in Booth #841 at the 2013 Landscape Expo, a two-day regional conference and trade show this week at the Long Beach Convention Center.

As a specialty grower, Village Nurseries offers the variety, the quality and the depth of product demanded by landscape professionals for both residential and commercial uses. The company’s exhibit will feature Village Nurseries-grown Monrovia’s Distinctively Better® plants, known for their extremely high quality and unique diversity, as well as Anthony Tessalaar’s Flower Carpet® roses and the new Sunset Western Garden Collection™, part of its licensing agreement with Plant Development Services. Attendees will also be able to view a variety of succulents, vines and many more varieties.

As a sponsor of the annual event, Village Nurseries also donated box trees for the tree-trimming demonstration and supplied plant material for the Landscape Expo’s interior foyer and entrance.

“Our goal for the Landscape Expo is to showcase many of our newest superior plants as well as long-time favorites that make it easier for landscape contractors, architects and designers to rethink your landscape™ and allow their installations and designs to stand out from the rest,” explained Village Nurseries CEO David House.

The Landscape Expo is geared toward every landscape professional in the design, build, maintenance or supply side of the industry. Last year's event drew more than 3,200 landscape professionals, including landscape contractors, city, school and facility landscape superintendents and their qualified staff members, residential/commercial lawn care professionals, arborists and pest control specialists.

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