2023 annual IPPS conference draws closer

Speakers throughout the three-day conference will cover a range of subjects such as Vertical Farming, Naturalistic Planting, and Biodiversity, with an excellent itinerary of nursery visits including Spendor Plant, Jonstorp – Scandianavia’s largest nursery, and Gennar Christensens Planteskole, where delegates will be able to see excellent horticultural practices and new technology in action.

The 2023 annual IPPS (International Plant Propagators Society) European conference is drawing closer, with a number of visits and lectures lined up. This year’s conference, titled ‘It’s all about the Roots,’ runs from Wednesday, 11 to Friday, 13 October 2023, and will be based in Comwell Koge, Denmark, and will include visits to both Sweden and Denmark.

The conference is open to both members and non-members from across the sectors, and students are most welcome to attend

For more information:
Bent Jensen, Conference Organiser
International Plant Propagators Society
Email: [email protected]


Click here to register.

The main purpose of the IPPS, which is a global organization, is to seek and share information about plant propagation, plant production, and plant promotion. The three-day conference allows plenty of= opportunities for networking with other delegates.