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THE LANDSCAPE NEW JERSEY TRADE SHOW AND CONFERENCE -- March 1, 2023
.... The Largest Green Industry Trade Show in the Tri-State Area

Landscape New Jersey is a one-day green industry marketplace and educational event. Landscape New Jersey 2023 will feature hundreds of exhibit booths displaying the latest trends in plants, green industry products, hardscapes, equipment, and more. A great educational program offering pesticide, tree, and fertilizer recertification credits is available, plus business-related seminars (educational will also be offered on the day before the show). Join thousands of landscape professionals for one exciting day of industry fun and education. Ask the experts, make new business contacts, meet up with old friends, and learn from the best at Landscape New Jersey 2023.

Location:  Meadowlands Expo Center
Contact:  732-449-4019   

          

LANDSCAPE NEW JERSEY
TRADE SHOW & CONFERENCE

  •  DEP, TREE & FERTILIZER CREDIT CLASSES

    Various educational opportunities will be available, with credits for pesticide, fertilizer and tree. 

  •  BUSINESS MANAGEMENT CLASSES

    Classes to increase your business know-how, build profits, new advancements in equipment and more from speakers working on the ground to nationally known consultants. 

  •  250 - 275 EXHIBITOR BOOTHS

    Everything from plants to heavy equipment, hardscape and softscape materials, handheld equipment to insurance, agronomics to snow and ice management products, technology and more, we have it all! 

  •  NETWORKING OPPORTUNITIES

    Meet and greet with your industry friends, new and old. Speak with vendors who can help you plan for the next season. Reunite with your industry! 

  •  OFFICIAL SPRING KICK-OFF!

    Situated just before the unofficial start date of the season, Landscape New Jersey will inspire and motivate the upcoming season! 

  • COVID POLICIES ?

    The Landscape New Jersey Trade Show and Conference (“LNJ”) remains attentive to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic and the ever-changing federal, state, and local governments’ rules and regulations in response thereto.