Welcome to the NGLCO

golfThe Nursery Growers of Lake County Ohio, Inc. was formed in 1927 for “the improvement and trade education” within the world-famous region of Northeastern Ohio center of Lake County, Ohio.

Our association continues to help nursery and supplier members address current issues and speak with one voice, here in the “Heart of the Nursery Industry”. Read more about us and consider becoming a member!

NGLCO Presents Virtual Programs

Past Events

Did you miss an NGLCO Virtual Program or want to see it again?


Tuesday, March 23 – Weed Control Challenges in Container Production

Presented by Dr. Chris Marble, University of Florida. Researcher and weed scientist, specializing in the woody plant nursery world.


Tuesday, March 9 – Holden Tree Canopy Program

What is being done locally to preserve/replace the Earth Green Canopy by Courtney Blashka, Director of Community Forestry & Conservation, for the Holden Tree Canopy program.

To register, send an email to Cathee at info@nglco.com. It will be confirmed by return email and you will receive a Zoom link to enter the program the morning of the presentation day. Each program runs for about 60 minutes followed by Q&A, and will be begin promptly at 1:30 p.m.

Watch on YouTube: Holden Tree Canopy


Tuesday, February 9 – Cutting Edge Technology

Instrumentation, testing, meters and new apps to improve efficiency by Darren Gilbert, Bluelab


Tuesday, January 19 – Rhododendrons for Northeast Ohio

From breeding and nursery production to the landscape by Connor Ryan, Rhododendron Collections Manager for Holden Forests and Gardens, Holden Arboretum

The diversity of forms, flowering times, fragrance, and site preferences offered toy genus Rhododendron makes for exciting opportunities in landscapes.

Other News

NGLCO Presents Virtual Programs (1/19/2021) - Past Events Did you miss an NGLCO Virtual Program or want to see it again? Tuesday, March 23 - Weed… read more...
Events Canceled (11/4/2020) - The November 10th Dinner Meeting and the Christmas Open House have both been canceled due to the spike in Covid-19… read more...