The International Association of Horticultural Producers (AIPH), in association with Union Fleurs, has released the 2018 edition of the International Statistics – Flowers and Plants Yearbook. This latest volume contains the current available data on the global production and trade of ornamental plants and flowers.
New in this edition are the per capita consumption figures for Austria, Belgium, Denmark, France, Germany, Italy, Spain, Switzerland, UK, Japan and USA. This volume also includes new data on area and production for Indonesia and additional summary information for 41 countries. Trade tables for Egypt and Indonesia have also been added.
This is the 66th volume of the Yearbook, a comprehensive collection of data for the ornamental plants and flower industry that is the result of extensive research and data compiled by Leibniz University of Hannover.
The 2018 Yearbook features over 190 pages of extensive research. Presented as an illustrated, easy-to-use PDF, it contains tables, diagrams and maps of the following:
- Production data from 47 countries
- Detailed country breakdown for 37 countries
- Product comparisons
- Market data and prices
- Global import/export data
- Trade data is also available through Excel spreadsheets
The 2018 Yearbook can be purchased from AIPH in three different variations:
- Full Statistical Yearbook (Production data + Trade data) – €190
- Production data only – €140
- Trade data only – €140
Discounts apply for students and bookshops, Full Yearbook: ISBN 978-1-9164807-0-4, Production data: ISBN 978-1-9164807-1-1, Trade data: ISBN 978-1-9164807-2-8
AIPH Secretary General, Mr. Tim Briercliffe, says: “The 66th edition of the International Statistics – Flowers and Plants Yearbook for 2018 contains more data than ever before. It provides the most comprehensive overview of global production and trade data for ornamental plants and flowers making it an invaluable and insightful tool for anyone involved in the industry.”
To purchase a copy of the 2018 edition of the International Statistics – Flowers and Plants Yearbook from AIPH, visit www.aiph.org/statistical-yearbook