About AIPH Ornamentals

One of AIPH’s key aims is to stimulate increased demand for ornamental trees, plants and flowers worldwide

We are committed to supporting the growers that support this and very much see our role as one of protecting and promoting the interests of the industry.

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. 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.

Throughout the COVID-19 pandemic we have been providing members with guidance and resources through our COVID-19 Information Centre.

Our Ornamentals Production programme oversees three active groups – Sustainability, Plant health, and Novelty Protection.

Novelty Protection Group Plant Health Group Sustainability Strategy


T: +44 (0) 1235 776230

E: info@aiph.org

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“As well as driving demand for ornamentals, we are committed to supporting the growers that service this and preparing them for the future.”

Tim Briercliffe, Secretary General, AIPH