Landscape 2019 countdown

LANDSCAPE 2019 is officially this month (17th & 18th September). And here is its line up in full. With hundreds of exhibitors, a CPD Accredited Seminar Programme showcasing some of the industry’s biggest players, the opportunity to delve into the minds of the garden designers in a series of Meet the Designer sessions and multiple PechaKucha presentations, the 2019 Show offers multiple opportunity for networking for visitors.

LANDSCAPE 2019 Exhibitors

Exhibitors include suppliers of living plants, trees and turf, planters and containers, CAD services and software, living roofs and walls, paving and aggregates, vehicles and much more! Whether you are garden designer, landscape architect, interior designer, architect or contractor, there is something to attract.

CPD Accredited Seminar Programme

Building on the success of the previous year’s programme, LANDSCAPE  2019 brings back its hugely popular CPD Accredited Seminar Programme.  Conducted by over 80 of the most popular professionals in the landscaping industry across the two days of the show, the diversity of this year’s programme is very apparent – ranging from vegan gardening to the sourcing of natural stone, from winning RHS Gold Medals to resolving the practical challenges that landscape architects face. Seminar attendees have the opportunity to earn up 11 CPD Points.

LANDSCAPE welcomes the likes of Arit Anderson, Cleve West, Andrew Fisher Tomlin, Robert Myers, Cormac Conway, John Wyer, Mark Gregory, Carolyn Willitts, Emma Mazzullo, Helen Elks-Smith, Rosemary Coldstream, John Wyer, Bo Cook and Philippa O’Brien to Battersea Park this September.

PechaKucha 20×20

With the support of the Landscape Institute, 2019 welcomes the return of the PechaKucha 20×20 for the third year running. Continuing to build year-on-year, LANDSCAPE 2019 now looks forward to presentations from Jane Findlay of FIRA, Armel Mourgue & Eugenie Grilli of Gillespies, Dan Hinch of WATG, Nicola Brown of Huskisson Brown and Andrew Wilson from the London College of Garden Design.

If you are unsure of what PechaKucha means, here’s the lowdown; PechaKucha derives from the Japanese term for the sound of “chit chat” – it is a simply presentation format where the most popular landscaping professionals will be showing 20 images, each for 20 seconds (hence the 20×20!). PechaKucha provides a lively and informal format to enlighten and inspire! Head to Central Bar Area from 17:15 on Tuesday 17th September for some intriguing presentations and a complimentary drink.

Meet the Designer

Have you ever wondered how the biggest names in landscaping got to where they are today? The LANDSCAPE, Meet the Designer sessions presents the opportunity to get to know, and delve into the lives of some of the most passionate Garden Designers. Jonathan Snow, Charlotte Rowe, Kate Gould and James Alexander-Sinclair will be on hand throughout the day at the Central Bar Area at the LANDSCAPE Show to answer questions and share experiences in Garden Design.

Entry to the Exhibition Hall, as well as access to the CPD Seminar Programme, PechaKucha presentations, and Meet the Designer sessions are all covered with a free entry to LANDSCAPE.
To register visit at to receive a Unique Entry Number.

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