The post-holiday schedule allows garden centers, growers, and other suppliers a chance to catch up on the past season and compare notes on expectations for our collective strongest season, spring.
|Maryland Secretary of Agriculture Joe Bartenfelder tours the trade show.|
Ornamental Horticulture is a huge part of Maryland's thriving agriculture economy.
New plants are introduced from plant breeders to growers and nurseries. Nurseries and greenhouses share information with garden centers, and we in turn share with our customers.
|Maureen Murphy of Murphy Johns Greenhouses|
Over 10,000 people attend this show, open only to those in the industry. 1,000 vendors line aisle after aisle exhibiting trees, shrubs, annuals, perennials, herbs, landscape machinery, signage and tagging software, all sorts of gardening supplies and so much more. Take a look at just some of the products displayed.
|Displays delight and inspire|
|You will see small pots of carnivorous plants in our greenhouse|
|Tillandsias were a big hit at the show|
|Garden Communicators had a chance to gather during MANTS|