• Industry Resources

    There are many resources available to assist Maryland growers, retailers, and landscape contractors ...

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  • CPH Program

    The Certified Professional Horticulturist (CPH) program was begun in 1985 as a voluntary...

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  • MNLA Publications

    The MNLA publishes two newsletters, Free State Nursery and Landscape News and "Root of the...

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  • Industry Surveys

    The MNLA has commissioned several state-wide horticulture surveys over the past...

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MANTS 2015

January 14 - 16, 2015
Baltimore Convention Center

Retrieve MANTS 2014 wrap-up information, show data/demographics, and testimonials from the home page of the MANTS website. Visit the MANTS Website for more MANTS 2015 exhibitor and attendee information. Be sure to check out the great videos on the MANTS website,  as well. 

Connect With Us

Connect with your Green Industry Peers on our Maryland Horitculture Professionals LinkedIn. 

Follow MLNA activities, your peers, and colleagues on the MNLA Facebook page. 

The Maryland Nursery and Landscape Association (MNLA) has a distinguished history of supporting, promoting, and providing services and assitance to member businesses since 1934 - Norsk Casino Bonus we definitely have roots! 

It is vital to support the role of the green industry in our communities, as well as provide a unified voice for the industry for the purposes of education, legislation, and marketing. MNLA supports and unites all constituent groups of the horticulture industry, including landscape, garden centers, interiorscape, ilmaiset kolikkopelit grounds maintenance, nursery, greenhouse, aboriculture, botanical gardens and other allied businesses. For more information about the MNLA, select here.

Legislation / Maryland Green Industry Council (MaGIC) 

New laws are propsed every year during the General Assembly. The MNLA is a member of the Maryland Green Industry Council (MaGIC), which serves Maryland's horticulture industry as a lobbying arm and legislative resource on issues affecting Maryland's "Green Industry." The voice of MaGIC can be heard around Annapolis, and around the state, as it lends its expertise, insight, and testimony on pertinent legislation and governance.  For updates on legislation followed during the previous Session, or for more information on how to contact your elected officials, select here. 

Meetings & Events

  • 05

    Trees Matter Symposium


  • 17

    2014 Irrigation Show & Education Conference


  • 03

    Image of Agriculture - Ag Evolution, Food Revolution


  • 04

    South Carolina Horticulture Industry Trade Show & Seminars


  • 05

    The Eastern Shore Pest Management Conference


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