Welcome Interior Plantscapers.

Bringing plants inside has been done throughout the ages, but interior plantscapers are constantly faced with different clients in different spaces with different needs. Perhaps if Corporate America had a few more office plants, they'd be a little happier and more productive? Our thoughts exactly. Resources for plantscapers include everything from technical training and advice to how to sell amazing projects with undeniable benefits.


100+ Sessions - Relevant, Important, and Trending

Sessions are still being finalized, but in the meantime, familiarize yourself with the key topics below. NEW THIS YEAR: we'll tag finalized sessions so that you know what fits best with your experience — fundamental, intermediate, and progressive.

PRODUCING AND PURCHASING POWERFUL PLANTS
Right plant, right place can do wonders for a space. But sometimes there's a "right"er plant out there. Topics include:

  • New impactful varieties
  • Profitable color rotations
  • Pricing structures and strategies

DETERMINE, DIAGNOSE, AND TREAT
Plants are like people in more ways than one. One of the unfortuante similarities is that they're prone to sickness and disease, too. Become a better plant doctor with topics that include:

  • The latest strategies to manage common interior pests
  • Controlling insects when biocontrol's not an option

MAKING CENTS OF IT ALL - THE DOLLARS & CENTS OF A PLANTSCAPE BUSINESS
The cash flow of an interior plantscape business can take years to master, and there are always curveballs. Drill down into basic financial strategies that will help you make smarter decisions that lead to a better bottom line. Topics include:

  • Breaking into new markets
  • Creating strategies for better customer service
  • Setting long-term maintenance plans for profit

TRENDS WITH A PUNCH
Explore current trends and how to leverage them to bring relevancy and profits to your business. Topics include:

  • Succulent installations and their long-term care
  • Working with moss
  • Exterior living wall advantages
  • Holiday inspirations

GOOD BUSINESS IS EVERYONE'S BUSINESS
Sessions and topics that relate to how we do business as individuals and within the supply chain. Topics include:

  • Human resources: finding labor; hiring, firing, and retaining; new regulations and changes
  • Creating good culture: navigating the family business; making employees want to stay; succession planning
  • State of the industry: updates, supply chain challenges, and women in horticulture

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