6th Myplant e Garden, le filiere del verde a FieraMilano

6th Myplant e Garden
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6th Myplant and Garden confirms the date from 23 to 25 February at FieraMilano Rho. The international fair dedicated to professional greenery is considered the closest to production needs and the best synthesis from a commercial point of view for the components of the supply chains.
After years of continuous growth in terms of business opportunities, exposure and number of exhibitors and visitors, meetings and events that have given new impetus to the recovery of markets and horticultural and gardening consumption, the International Green Expo is managing a new and complex scenario.
With one goal, that is to start again to give new impetus to the green supply chains: from research to construction, from seed to forestation, from production to distribution.

Engine of the market for the whole sector, 6th Myplant and Garden is the only event that proposes and promotes the sector through 9 macro-sectors: nurseries, flowers, decoration, construction, machinery, services, technology, vases, garden furniture.
A breadth and depth of offers, innovations and unique solutions, which have made this event the “place to be” par excellence, where the actors of the design, production and distribution chains meet in the pavilions. A place that brings together a green chain ranging from services to the plant world, from decoration to design, and which creates value, culture and economies for the entire industry.

The contest I Giardini di Myplant is back

The 6th Myplant and Garden https://myplantgarden.com/ in collaboration with the Minoprio Foundation, since 2016 the event gives life every year to I Giardini di Myplant, a creative contest of green design. The competition is open to all green operators and professionals.
After a first edition of the theoretical contest, from 2017 something practical and tangible was created, combining planning and service. From time to time, socially engaged realities in need of interventions in their external areas have been identified to carry out projects that are doubly useful, practical and ethically exemplary.
Dynamo Camp with I Giardini Dynamici (PT), Centro Maria Letizia Verga with Il Giardino della Sport Therapy (MB) and Fondazione Arché with Il Giardino di Corte (MI) are the welfare, therapeutic and medical realities involved so far.

The competitions are coordinated by the architect Umberto Andolfato, Italian Association of Landscape Architecture (Aiapp), and are created in collaboration with the Minoprio Foundation, Aiapp Lombardia and the Milan Order of Architects.