October 2012Previous Issues
British invasion headlines full schedule at Expo
Now what is His Royal Highness (HRH), The Prince of Wales, Prince Charles, doing on the cover of this issue of Landscape Ontario magazine?
Flora Niagara 2017 approved by world body
Excitement reigned when approval was announced for Flora Niagara 2017 by the International Association of Horticultural Producers (AIPH) at Floriade 2012 in Venlo, Netherlands.
Returning home proves great success for snow symposium
Coming back home proved the right move for the Landscape Ontario Snow and Ice Symposium, held on Sept. 20 at LO’s Milton home office.
Sheridan Nurseries named international Grower of the Year
Landscape Ontario member Sheridan Nurseries won a world title as Grower of the Year.
Team effort steps up to help ALS victim
This month we feature a project that involved a number of members.
LO members show off talent at Planter Box event
As part of the Celebrate Yonge event in Toronto, Landscape Ontario members took over the busiest section along the province’s longest street.
Fun dominates Golden Horseshoe Chicken Roast
Over 200 people enjoyed the 2012 version of the Golden Horseshoe Chapter’s Chicken Roast.
Barbecue again a success for Durham Chapter
It was a great day for a barbecue on Aug. 23, when the Durham Chapter staged its annual barbecue and supplier showcase at Durham College’s Whitby campus.
LO nursery growers receive help
Landscape Ontario has announced that Dr. Jeanine West has been hired to support nursery growers in Ontario under the Canadian Agricultural Adaptation Program (CAAP) which funded the boxwood blight project.
Growers visit Norfolk and Elgin operations
An enthusiastic group took part in the 2012 Growers’ Tour, visiting four sites in the counties of Norfolk and Elgin.
Plantscape professionals have new reference tool
Members of the interior plantscape industry have a new reference tool, the Interior Plantscape Reference and Study Manual.
Look for Pro Dev Guide
Accompanying this issue of Landscape Ontario magazine is the new 44-page Professional Development Guide that is filled with over 130 seminars, information on special events throughout the year and much more.
Celebrating 40 Years
Industry still concerned with EI changes
CNLA says it is continuing to push for a meeting and further resolution to the industry’s concerns on the recent changes to Employment Insurance (EI).
Safety And Training