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Why hire a certified professional?

Today's consumers demand certain minimum standards for every occupation. They want to easily recognize and employ true professionals. Florida's nursery and landscape industry, through FNGLA, continues to maintain the standards for growing, maintaining, selling and installing the many plants and products offered in Florida.

FNGLA's Certified Professionals have demonstrated their knowledge and skills in such things as plant care, pest identification, water quality, water conservation and fertilization. Those who hold a landscape certification are also required to demonstrate their skills in landscape installation techniques, design principles, irrigation repair and landscape maintenance.

At the core of FNGLA's certifications are the Green Industries Best Management Practices. When hiring an FNGLA Certified Professional, you are choosing an individual who has demonstrated proficiency in standards that lead to the protection of Florida's water resources.

Hiring an FNGLA Certified Professional demonstrates Fiscal Responsibility. Any job completed properly the first time, in accordance with local, state and federal requirements, is done responsibly.

Only those who pass an extensive exam, and complete continuing education during their certification period, are designated FNGLA Certified Professionals. The FNGLA Certified Industry Professional logo designates a nursery, garden center or landscape firm that employs trained professionals who "know what grows."