FutureScape will be taking place on Tuesday 19 November at Sandown Park Racecourse. Click here to register for your free ticket now.
This years seminar programme is divided amongst four rooms, offering brand new content, engaging speakers and stimulating live debates. Look below to see what the seminar topics and who the speakers in Room Two: Inspire are.
ROOM TWO: INSPIRE
SOURCING SORCERY: CHOOSING PRODUCTS AND THE BEST SUPPLY PARTNERS
Choosing new products for our landscape armoury keeps your client base inspired and your service offering innovative. But which to choose and who to buy from? Our panel will discuss the finer points of product sourcing with a focus on building a reputable network of suppliers and collaborating with like-minded businesses for your mutual gain.
THE SOFTER SIDE OF LANDSCAPING: PLANNING AND PERFECTING YOUR PLANTING PALETTE
How brave are you when it comes to plant selection? Whether wild and wacky, architectural and contemporary, tried and tested, or a mixture of them all, our plant panel will put in their thoughts on plant choice and soft landscaping trends, opening the floor for an enthusiastic and colourful discussion.
CONNECTING AND COLLABORATING: A MATCH MADE IN HEAVEN?
Outdoor spaces – who knows best? The designer, the landscape architect or the landscape contractor? Ross Conquest and Taina Suonio will outline the success of their collaboration on the recent Roots in Finland Kyro Garden which secured a Silver Gilt medal at the RHS Chelsea Flower Show.
A FINISHING FLOURISH: THE DEVIL IS IN THE DETAIL
Careful detailing and styling, lighting, furniture and accessories can transform a great garden into a breathtaking masterpiece. Our panel of designers will lay down the garden design gauntlet as they discuss how the smallest finishing touches can make the biggest differences to any landscape.
THE NEXT GENERATION: COMING OF AGE IN LANDSCAPING
Heralding the 5th anniversary of our 30 Under 30: The Next Generation awards, we quiz three of the 150 winners to date on their outlook on landscaping, their vision and any advice for the next generation of landscaping influencers.