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Congress 2013 will take place Jan 8-10.

| December 19, 2012

TORONTO – Innovative products featured in the New Products Showcase at Congress 2013 can help landscape designers and contractors improve the value of their projects. Landscape Ontario’s Congress trade show and conference will take place Jan. 8-10, 2013 in the south building of the Toronto Congress Centre.

This year, the New Product Showcase offers up a wide variety of new products, ensuring there is something for landscape architects, designers, contractors and equipment dealers. Congress is a full service horticultural, lawn and garden trade show offering a broad range of equipment, live goods and services to help green industry professionals run their businesses more effectively, efficiently and profitably. From new plant species to roll-off systems for trucks, business owners and public green space managers will find new and innovative products that will help them grow and prosper.

“Congress covers every facet of the lawn and garden industry. From apprenticeship students studying horticulture at Ontario’s colleges and universities to veteran landscape contracting and maintenance firms working on multimillion dollar projects, the New Product Showcase features products that will inspire and help improve the way they get the job done.” says Heather MacRae, Congress 2013 Director of Events and Trade Shows. “In addition to the diversity of the products in the showcase, we also have a number of green products, as well as many new plant and mulch varieties.”

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