From February 21 to 23, there will be an early taste of Spring with the eighth edition of Myplant & Garden, one of the most important international green trade fairs. Over 20,000 operators from all continents are expected to attend. Innovation, sustainability, and creativity are at the center of this edition.

The 768 exhibitors (21% from abroad) of Myplant will transform 4 pavilions of Fiera Milano-Rho (IT) into a maxi-park/garden of 50,000 square meters – equivalent to 7 football fields or 185 tennis courts. On display will be all the novelties of the floriculture sector for the upcoming season.

Among the curiosities on display, there will be the presentation of the ‘Plant of the Future’, along with lilliputian or gigantic olive trees, mammoth bonsai, imperial cacti, mini-agaves, salon algae, heat and frost-resistant plants, super agapanthus, geraniums, roses, begonias, orchids, lisianthus, petunias, hibiscus of every shape and color, flowers with unprecedented colors, multicolored and multi-taste herbs; new varieties of delosperma, chrysanthemum, sansevieria, gerbera, iris, apartment aloes, plug&play vertical gardens, the latest frontiers of technological innovation, recent discoveries for plant and soil nourishment, eco-furniture and accessories in natural materials, terrariums and apartment lampariums, honey-bearing plants to host bees and butterflies in the garden, bird gardens, domestic plant incubators, soilless cultivation, mini-biofactories, intelligent irrigation systems, cutting-edge machinery, new solutions for sports turf, and much more.

Among the events at the fair, there will be workshops with world masters of floral decoration, multisport fields (with FIGC, UEFA, and other partners), tree loggers, gardening demonstrations, themed flower-fashion runways for weddings, and many artistic-botanical installations, shows, and floral-themed settings, as well as show-cooking with barbecue chefs.

An arena for unique encounters and an exceptional showcase of novelties, Myplant hosts Myplantech, a path that identifies the products and innovative solutions that are shaping the future of the sector, including digital twins of trees, tree equity, hi-tech greenhouses, water and energy saving, circularity, recycling, soilless cultivation, mini-biofactories, and new varieties of plants and flowers.