Inaugural Landscape event already sells 25% of exhibitor space

Within four weeks of its launch, a quarter of the exhibition space for next year's inaugural LANDSCAPE event has already been filled.

The LANDSCAPE trade event is designed for people involved in both interior and exterior landscaping, and landscape gardening.

It will take place on 13-14 April 2011 in Olympia, London.

Products to be displayed include: plants, containers, conservatories, artificial plants and grass, fountains, glass sculptures, grounds maintenance, greenhouses and much more.

Confirmed exhibitors include:  A.B. Terratec Ltd, Bumble Bees Limited, Clarke and Spears International Ltd,, CMS Design Associates, Ercole Moroni, Europlanters, Indoor Garden Design, Koberg B.V., Marston & Langinger Ltd., N B Flowers, Nieuwkoop De Kwakel BV, Plant Designs Ltd,, Quist Trees of Tranquility, Rob Van Helden, Tom Hare, Tree Locate, Urbanplanters, Water Sculptures, and Woodbrown.

For more information see or contact Jeremy Storey-Walker on 020 7798 8500 or

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