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.
Find out about the many different activities AIPH was involved in 2022Learn more
AIPH is responsible for approving the world’s most exceptional horticultural expos creating long lasting green legacies in cities across the globe.
Expo Support Programme
AIPH Expo Master Planning Guide
AIPH Expo Master Planning Guide is for Expo Organisers. It provides an overview of all aspects related to the planning and realisation of such mega-events.Learn more
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 International Grower of the Year
The AIPH International Grower of the Year Awards celebrate the best of the best in ornamental horticultureLearn more
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.
Sustainability is fundamental to the mission of AIPH: to build a balanced and prosperous future for all, sustaining the planet for this generation and the next.Read More
The AIPH’s Global Industry Intelligence Centre (GIIC) is an international hub for industry information and knowledge exchange.
Consultancy and Bespoke Reports
Understanding The Chinese Market
The report contains research into; Working middle class in China. Domestic production in China & Retail research summary of the floral retails survey.Download
AIPH Green City activities promote the essential role of plants in creating vibrant urban areas in which people and businesses can thrive.
Green City Guidelines
Green City Awards
AIPH World Green City Awards
AIPH World Green City Awards 2024Learn More
ADDIS ABABA, Ethiopia: The Ethiopian Horticulture Producer Exporters Association (EHPEA) revealed that Ethiopia’s six-month horticulture earnings grew by 20 per cent to $286 million, compared to last year’s export performance.
According to EHPEA the $286 million came from the export of cut flowers, vegetables and herbs, and fruits. Cut flower exports brought in $246.4 million, vegetables and herbs brought in $31.09 million, and fruits brought in $9.04 million. The result is a 12 per cent increase over the period’s horticulture export profits target of $269.01. Furthermore, compared to the previous year’s six-month earnings of $239.6 million, it has increased by 20 per cent.
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