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Welcome

Established in 1939, the West Virginia Nursery & Landscape Association is a professional trade organization dedicated to the promotion and advancement of the nursery and green industries and to the education of its members and the public they serve.

For our Garden Center members:

You’ll send your trees and shrubs off to a healthy new home when you include how-to planting instructions for customers. Download and print (front and back) the How to Plant Trees guide below. Cut into thirds for a helpful hand-out. Click here for the guide.

 

Three Members Featured in the Gazette-Mail

Women in prominent roles in landscaping are still an exception. Recently, the Charleston Gazette-Mail featured three of our members, all business owners who have found success in the industry. Click here to read the story.

 

Welcome, New Member!

Bella Gardens
Active member
Meg Reishman
1201 Olson Road
Charleston, WV 25314
bella_gardens@yahoo.com
Landscape maintenance, garden consultation and renovation, fine pruning of small trees, raised beds, vegetable gardening and mulching.

 

Congratulations to scholarship winner
Jesse Poe


WVNLA is pleased to announce the selection of Jesse Poe as the Marcus W. Rennix Memorial Scholarship winner for the 2015-16 school year. Jesse is a junior Horticulture major at West Virginia University. For more about Jesse, click here.

Jesse Poe


What we do

WVNLA is pleased to offer a wide variety of opportunities to all its members and the businesses and individuals they serve – everything from presenting recognized industry authorities who provide inspiration and information – to the opportunity to receive continuing education credits for state mandated certificates.

We cooperate with and support the West Virginia Department of Agriculture, publish a quarterly newsletter containing timely announcements regarding issues important to our members and contribute to the Horticultural Research Institute. We proudly support West Virginia college students studying horticulture and landscape architecture with scholarship opportunities.

In order to promote fellowship, share expertise and support our local communities, we conduct meetings, tours, volunteer projects and an annual meeting featuring talented and nationally recognized speakers. Our association also sponsors the West Virginia Certified Horticultural Program and supports research at West Virginia University.

Regionally, we co-sponsor the annual Mid-Atlantic Nursery Trade Show (MANTS) along with the Maryland and Virginia Nursery and Landscape Associations. This nationally recognized event showcases and facilitates sales of green industry products. As a co-sponsor, WVNLA receives funds that directly benefit our members.

We invite you to become a member and take advantage of these benefits. For more information, contact us by e-mail or phone or visit the Members page to download an application.

Thank you for your interest in WVNLA.

 

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