Salon du Végétal unrolls its Dream Up Easy Plants campaign

Posted On 28 Sep 2016
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uk_poster_sdv2017_bdefANGERS, France: Following the announcement in Spring 2016 to move to Nantes for the 2017 Salon du Végétal, show organiser BHR announced today next year’s official theme. With the slogan “Dream up easy plants!”, the Salon du Végétal offers a spotlight on plants, innovations, products and services which contribute to make the use of plants and their surrounding domain easy in gardens. The Salon du Végétal confirms its place as the pinnacle for growers, suppliers, distributors, local authorities, landscapers and florists.

A maintenance free plant, an equipment which is easy to use, a range which is easy to identify at a glance, easy to pick up and use techniques… It’s around this theme “Dream up easy plants!” that the Salon du Végétal 2017 offers professionals from production, distribution, green spaces and floristry to make a vision on the whole range of plants, innovations, products, services and techniques that make easy sales and happy consumers.

A handy guide to make the most of this theme will be sent out in September to exhibitors.

Each day, conferences will bring in experts from the different trade sectors on the current problems found in their fields.

Innovert, Espace Inspiration (plants & design), Plant Prospective centre, Bouquets d’aujourd’hui, Ilot Distribution, Demonstration garden… The demonstrations will be in tune with this 2017 theme and showcases will be set to create the show.

In reference to the music festival in France, an evening to celebrate plants and music will take place on the fair the 21st June, for exhibitors and visitors. Friendship, festivity and conviviality will all be present.

Next dates you’ll find the Salon du Végétal team at:

  • 29 September 2016: stand A9 at ARF – Assises Régionales du Cadre de Vie de l’Embellissement des Communes (Bourges)
  • 3-4 October 2016: stand at VégéDirect (Centre Floriloire – Angers)
  • 22 November 2016: press conference for the Salon du Végétal (Paris)

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