October Mini-Workshop

Wednesday, October 11, 2017

Top Native Plants for the Mid-Atlantic Region

Holly H. Shimizu

Visually pleasing and inspiring plants don’t always have to be exotic and hard to source. Holly Shimizu will discuss superior plants that are native to this region and share how to increase the demand and use of these plants to better your business. Enjoy this presentation packed full of visual examples of what these little known and sometimes underutilized plants can do for designs and installations. These plants often require less maintenance and have the advantage of attracting pollinators and birds to make gardens even more interesting. 



Thank You to Our Exhibitors!

Registration Fees
By Friday, October 6
LCA Members: $95
Nonmembers:  $135

Exhibitor Fees
LCA Members: $250
Nonmembers:  $400

After Friday, October 6
LCA Members: $145
Nonmembers:  $185

Program: 9:30 am–Noon
Lunch:     Noon

Johns Hopkins University
Montgomery County Campus
9605 Medical Center Drive, Room 121
Rockville, MD 20850



Exhibit at this LCA Mini-Workshop and discuss your company’s products and services one on one with potential and current customers. Exhibitors receive these benefits:

  • One complimentary registration.
  • One 6' x 3' table with two chairs.
  • A listing in Groundwork magazine, LCA's bi-monthly publication.
  • A listing on the LCA website in conjunction with the Mini-Workshop, including a link to your website.
  • A listing in the LCA Gram, including a link to your website.

For more information, contact Barbara Bienkowski.

Continuing Education Units

LCA is approved for Landscape Industry Certified recertification at 1 CEU per hour of instruction attended. For more information on recertification, please visit the National Association of Landscape Professionals (NALP) Recertification Center.


Written cancellations received prior to October 6, 2017, are subject to a 15% cancellation charge. Substitutions will be accepted. No refunds will be given after October 6, 2017. No refunds will be given due to inclement weather.