countries have signed the plant health treaty - International Plant Protection Convention (IPPC)
The farmgate value of ornamentals in China increased from €8 billion in 2006 to nearly €20 billion in 2016
people expected to attend horticulture expos in the next 5 years
The International Association of Horticultural Producers (AIPH) members consist of thousands of growers of flowers and ornamental plants around the world who are together united by one essential goal – promoting the place of plants in people’s lives.
AIPH is responsible for approving the world’s most exceptional horticultural expos creating long lasting green legacies in cities across the globe.
AIPH hosts several conferences, webinars and events such as the International Grower of the Year award throughout the year. Read about these along with the latest news about the association’s activities.
AIPH’s key aim is to stimulate demand for ornamental trees, plants and flowers worldwide. We are committed to supporting growers in achieving this by protecting and promoting the interests of the industry.
The AIPH’s Global Industry Intelligence Centre (GIIC) is an international hub for industry information and knowledge exchange.
MADRID, Spain: Spanish living plant and fresh cut flowers exports in the first four months of 2021 amounted to €241.7 million, up 48 per cent compared to the same period…
The AIPH International Conference: The path to sustainability in ornamental horticulture boasts a line-up of expert panellists from around the world. Each will share their unique insights and actions as…
MADRID, Spain: Individual gardeners in Spain spent an average of €33 in May 2021 in their country’s garden centres and that is well below the international average expenditure of €45.55,…
COLOGNE, Germany: With less than months to go, preparations for Germany’s premier garden and outdoor living trade show spoga+gafa are in full swing. Following a successful early-bird booking period –…
Dr David Bek is a Reader in Sustainable Economies based at the Research Centre for Business in Society at Coventry University (UK), where he co-leads the Sustainable Production and Consumption…
“Our great hope is for a world where the essential value of plants is recognised and reflected in every step forward for humanity. AIPH is, and will always be, the world’s champion for the power of plants. Our relationship with nature was pivotal in our past. It is fundamental to our future.”