We are committed to support and assist ornamental producers to operate sustainable businesses that perform to the highest standard.
We advocate fair and robust plant breeders’ rights (PBR), encouraging innovation and rewarding quality.
We represent growers and are active in plant health regulations and information exchange on practices to minimise the spread of pests and diseases.
With rising energy and production costs, countries like Portugal are proving to be increasingly important for a growing ornamentals market.…
‘Influencing Change in a Digital World’ is the theme of the Second AIPH World Ornamental Horticulture Summit, which will take…
We actively seek to share best practice between growers globally through our International Grower of the Year Awards and through events and webinars on key topics impacting the sector including sustainability.
We are active in tackling challenges common between countries, including plant health, invasive plants, pesticides, Plant Breeders’ Rights and skills.
We are also committed to providing the industry with the best possible data and market foresight through resources including our Statistical Yearbook and International Vision Project.
countries have signed the plant health treaty – International Plant Protection Convention (IPPC)
kilograms of black plastic plant pots are recycled in Australia each year
The Canadian government has announced a plan to ban single-use plastic by 2021
How gardening will keep you well during the coronavirus pandemic.
Global ornamental horticultural industry participants happy to share their survey responses.
We support industry marketing campaigns and promotions to help increase awareness and increase sales of flowers and plants. One current example is ‘Fill the Distance with Beauty’ run by the Flower Council, Holland and currently running in the Netherlands, France, Germany and the United Kingdom.Learn more