Since its creation in 2009, Paysalia has been co-produced with Unep.
The exhibition federates French and European professional landscaping organizations which work all year round to promote their sector - and Paysalia.
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Unep (Landscaping Companies Association) is the biggest organisation for landscaping professionals in France. Unep is the voice of 29,100 landscaping companies, serving the interests of the profession, highlighting its trades and people and promoting the benefits of parks, gardens and landscaped spaces as solutions to societal, environmental, and public health problems.
The French Federation of Horticultural and Seedbed Producers is the Trade Association which defends the interests of the ornamental plant sector. It advises and accompanies its members by developing collective projects which positively impact the performance of their companies.
Founded in 1981, the SYNAA federates companies specialising in the installation of automatic watering systems, technical and design engineering departments, and the manufacturers and suppliers to the sector of watering systems for green spaces and sports grounds.
The French Federation of Landscape is the only representative organization of the landscape designer profession. Today it has more than 650 members, nearly one in three professionals.
Hortis is the French Trade Association for urban green space managers. It has over 600 members, all of them green and natural space managers for French public authorities. It defends their objectives for horticulture, landscaping, and nature. It highlights the sector's experience, expertise, professionalism, and training programme quality. Hortis is a "must" player, rooted in sharing human values.
The Association of Territorial Engineers of France represents the profession, provides technical assistance to local authorities and promotes the technical expertise of local and regional authorities. It also provides its members with legal protection.
The ELCA (European Landscape Contractors Association) represents the European landscape contractors. It was founded in 1963 to promote the cooperation and the exchange of information and experience at European level.
With 60 years of history and experience, 4,931 municipalities proudly displayed the "Flowered Cities and Villages" label in 2018. The organisation awards from 1 to 4 Flowers recognising the commitment of these French Cities and Villages to the quality of life through the amount of plants in public spaces, environmental friendliness, the development of the local economy, attractiveness to tourists, and the fostering of social relationships.
The aim of the EILO is knowledge about plants and how this contributes to well-being, health and happiness to bring under the spotlight.
Since 1998, VAL’HOR is the umbrella branch organization for ornamental horticulture and landscape in France.