The 59th CEJH congress was held in Sweden 22-28 of August, 2018. The event attracted 58 young horticulturists from eight different countries to the region of Skåne and the city of Malmö. It was a week with really hot weather pushing 30 degrees some days. The programme consisted of visits to nurseries, roof gardens, an apple farm, greenhouse production, landscapers and more. A congress tree was planted at the Swedish University of Agriculture in Alnarp. We thank all sponsors and participants!
Check out the photoreport from 2018!
Wändels Trädgård: Swedens largest perennial nursery.
Spisa Smaker: high tech green house production of potted herbs for supermarkets.
Happy folks in the sun!
The 58th CEJH-congress in South Tyrol, 2nd-8th of July 2017, was a great success. More than 60 people from nine countries met up in the beautiful valleys of northern Italy to experience a five days program of horticultural companies, grand nature and fine food.
At the general meeting in Laimburg, Auer, Silvia Steinert from Germany was chosen for the position of third chairman of the CEJH board. Here together with second chairman Bert Baeten (left) and President Rikard Jansson (right). We look forward to her idears and contributions for the young horticulturists!
A snakebark maple was planted at the tree planting ceremony at the congress centre: the horticultural school of Laimburg. The digging was made by (from left) Paul Mair - Principal of the Laimburg school, Rikard Jansson - President of CEJH, Matthias Hofer - Chairman of the South Tyrolean Young Horticulturists and Valtl Raffeiner - chairman of the South Tyrolean Horticultural Enterprises.