In India, a surging per capita income and progressive lifestyle have led to a phenomenal increase in landscape & gardening market. Farm houses are not just a status symbol, they are big business in themselves. A good aesthetically-appealing landscape is a desirable asset for any high value residential project. No town planner can afford to miss out on this key component.
8th International Landscape & Gardening Expo 2014, is an ideal destination for the entire landscape & green industry & trade to meet every year. A meeting place for manufacturers, exporters, importers, traders and service providers - - all can capitalize through this event and increase their business through interaction and dealings. 8th International Landscape & Gardening Expo 2014 will be truly a class experience for all professionals in this sector.
India has an age-old tradition of gardens and orchards with impressive landscapes. Mahabharata talks of palaces that are a landscaping marvel, what with the illusion of water over land and land over water ! Even in the Moghul period the tradition of landscaping continued; this is visible at the present day Shalimar Garden in Kashmir and the famous Taj Mahal Garden in Agra. The British followed it up with some of the marvels of the world like the Moghul Garden inside the President's House of today or gardens elsewhere at the Lutyen's Bungalow Zone. The country's landscape industry has devised its own architectural creativity in the modern period through the last five decades. Indian professional landscapes are trying hard to make a mark and earn accolades for the country. We are inviting for the show, Indian real estate developers, landscape architects, urban development authorities, contractors, green sectors people, stone artists etc. With globalization and free market economy, the landscape activities are no more confined to a few professionals. Landscaping has got the industry status with a lot of activities taking place over the last few years. The rapid urbanization and industrialization leading to the ongoing construction boom, malls culture, green belts, amusement parks and residential townships, all these have given a new dimension to the art of landscaping.