18th Annual Plant-O-Rama

Horticultural Trade Show & Symposium at the Brooklyn Botanic Garden

WHEN & WHERE
   Tuesday, January 28th, 2014
   9:00am – 4:00pm
   at Brooklyn Botanic Garden

SYMPOSIUM REGISTRATION
   REGISTER ONLINE NOW to reserve seats:
      brownpapertickets.com/event/515529
      AM Session is SOLD OUT. Register for the 12:45PM Session.

   Download symposium flyer here for full schedule.

2014 EXHIBITOR REGISTRATION (deadline January 15, 2014)
   Download Reservation and Sponsorship forms here.
      Right click this link to download Commercial Exhibitor form
      Right click this link to download Nonprofit Exhibitor form
      Right click this link to download Sponsorship form

PALM HOUSE TRADE SHOW
   at Brooklyn Botanic Garden
   9:00am – 4:00pm
      Join 50 commercial and nonprofit exhibitors representing specialty nurseries,
      wholesale growers, horticultural suppliers, greening organizations and public
      gardens from New York City and the tri-state region. Reach 1,000 horticulture
      professionals from New York City, Long Island, New Jersey, and Connecticut.
      Preview plants, products and horticultural services, and new books for 2014.
      Forge and renew business relationships and jumpstart your sales.

2014 SPONSORS (FINAL)
   Town & Gardens, Ltd. - Lead Sponsor
   Heritage Radio Network - Media Sponsor
   Atlantic Nurseries, Inc.
   Bartlett Tree Experts
   Brooklyn Plant Studio
   Carl Schurz Park Gardening Volunteers
   Anthony Bulfamante Landscaping, Inc.
   Frank Bulfamante & Sons, Inc.
   The Horticultural Society of New York
   Landcraft Environments, Ltd.
   Lifesource Irrigation, Inc.
   Rosedale Nurseries, Inc.
   Semperflorens Inc.
   Stone Park Café

2014 EXHIBITORS (FINAL)
   A.D.R. Bulbs, Inc.
   Atlantic Nurseries, Inc.
   Bartlett Tree Experts
   Barton Nursery
   The Battery Conservancy, Battery Urban Farm
   Beds & Borders, Inc.
   Bissett Nursery Corp.
   Broken Arrow Nursery
   The Care of Trees
   Central Park Conservancy
   City Tree Guards
   Colorblends Wholesale Flowerbulbs
   Curb Allure
   David Shannon Florist & Nursery
   Ecological Landscape Management
   The Garden Dept.
   Glover Perennials
   Gowanus Canal Conservancy
   Greater Newark Conservancy
   GreenBridge of BBG
   Green City Force
   Green Mountain Energy
   Greenwood Gardens
   Groundworks/We Dig Plants on Heritage Radio Network
   Half Hollow Nursery, Inc.
   Henry Leuthardt Nurseries
   Hick’s Nursery Commercial Sales
   Horticultural Society of New York
   Jerry Fritz's Linden Hill Gardens
   Landcraft Environments
   Lifesource Irrigation, Inc.
   L.J. Campanella and Son
   Long Island Compost Corp.
   Madison Square Park Conservancy
   McEnroe Organic Farm
   Monrovia Growers
   New Moon Nursery, LLC
   The New York Botanical Garden-Adult Education
   New York Restoration Project
   North American Rock Garden Society, Manhattan Chapter
   NYCHA Garden & Greening Program
   North Service Nursery
   Otto Keil Florists/Emmas Garden Growers
   Peat and Son Nursery
   Pennoyer Newman, LLC
   Peony's Envy
   The Plantage
   Planter Resource
   Pleasant Run Nursery
   RareFind Nursery
   Scherer & Sons Water Gardens
   Seibert & Rice
   Snug Harbor Farm
   Stonecrop Gardens
   Trees New York
   Untermyer Gardens Conservancy
   USDA Asian Longhorned Beetle Program
   Wave Hill
   We Dig Plants/Groundworks Inc.

SYMPOSIUM SPEAKERS
   KEYNOTE:
      David L. Culp
      vice president of Sales & Marketing, Sunny Border Nurseries, Kensington, CT
      NEW DIRECTIONS IN HORTICULTURE: A Layered Look at Plant and Garden Trends

   PANEL DISCUSSIONS:
      Moderated by Ken Druse, garden communicator, author, photographer
      WHAT WILL THE FUTURE OF HORTICULTURE & URBAN AGRICULTURE LOOK LIKE?
      Speakers include:
        Katherine Aul (partner, Staghorn Design Studio)
        Jason Austin (nurseryman, RareFind Nursery)
        David Daley (educator, Children's Garden, Brooklyn Botanic Garden)
        Kristen DeSouza (superintendent, Allen C. Haskell Park)
        Rebecca McMackin (director of horticulture, Brooklyn Bridge Park)
        Nate McCullin (horticulturalist and facilities coordinator, New England
           Wildflower Society/Garden in the Woods)
        Kelly Norris (horticulture manager, Greater Des Moines Botanical Garden,
           and co-owner of Rainbow Iris Farm)
        Gwen Schantz (chief operating officer, Brooklyn Grange)

GARDEN BOOK AUTHORS - talks & book signings
Informal talks & book signings throughout the day.
Drop-in, NO advance registration required.
   David Culp, The Layered Garden: Design Lessons for Year-Round Beauty
      from Brandywine Cottage

   Leeann Lavin, Hamptons & Long Island Homegrown Cookbook
   Bill Logan, Air: The Restless Shaper of the World
   Susanne Lucas, Bamboo
   Marta McDowell, Beatrix Potter's Gardening Life, The Plants and
      Places That Inspired the Classic Children's Tale

   Vincent Simeone, Grow More With Less: Sustainable Garden Methods

CALL FOR VOLUNTEERS
   Monday, January 27th, 10:00am - 3:00pm; Exhibits Hall set-up
   Tuesday, January 28th; Metro Hort membership sales & show breakdown
   EMAIL or CALL with your availability and contact info.
    ; (917) 817-5868
    ; (646) 808-7560

FACEBOOK EVENT PAGE
   Check it out! Say you will attend, invite your professional friends, post a comment.
   18th Annual Plant-o-Rama

DIRECTIONS TO BROOKLYN BOTANIC GARDEN
   www.bbg.org

FOR MORE INFORMATION:
   Bob Hyland, Show Manager: (518) 929-0699;
   Jeanne Rostaing, Coordinator: (347) 633-3508;
   
   

Date & Time

Date: Tuesday
January 28th, 2014