The American Insititue of Floral Designers (AIFD) recognizes excellence and advances the art of professional floral design through education & leadership.
AmericanHort, the consolidated of OFA/ANLA, is the leading national horticulture association and the largest association for garden retailers in the world.
The Australian Floral Art Association (AFAA) is a non-profit organization serving as the parent body for regional floral art associations across Australia.
The Australian Flower Council is the main forum for Australian flower growers, wholesalers, florists, educational institutions and government.
For over 65 years the British Florist Association (BFA) has provided its members with a number of tools and services to run their businesses successfully.
The Canadian Academy of Floral Art (CAFA) recognizes floral design as an art form, and gives recognition to floral designers who possess the “extra flair and creativity” that sets them apart beyond that of industry design. CAFA boasts members from around the world.
The ESFA represents the floral, gardening and lifestyle industry by advancing global competitiveness, sharing trends and inspiring members, retailers & consumers.
FDF has been the official organization for the floral industry in Germany since 1904.
Formerly the National Federation of Florists in France (FNFF), this organization educates and promotes the interests of the floral industry in France.
Federazione Nazionale Fioristi (Federfiori) is the National Federation of Italian florists, dedicated to promoting their interests both in Italy and the EU.
FLORINT (International Florist Organization) is an umbrella organization that represents the national florist associations of 20+ European countries.
Florists For Change Inc. is dedicated to improving the economics of the retail florist by encouraging industry advertising, providing exceptional consumer value, and promoting equitable trading among florists.
Flowers Canada's mission is to be the voice of the Canadian Floral industry.
Flowers Victoria is the industry leader for Victorian flower growers who produce 40% of the national production of cut flowers in Australia.
The Holiday & Decorative Association (HDA) is formerly the American Floral Industry Association (AFIA)
The Institute of Professional Florists (IPF) upholds the professional status of UK florists through the highest standards for training and qualification.
The National Alliance of Floral Associations (NAFA) helps florist associations exchange ideas, improve programs and better serve their florist members.
First formed in 1973, the NSWFAS strives to meet the needs of exhibition, competition and education for its members across the State.
New Zealand Professional Florists Inc. (NZPF) is a non-profit association founded to raise the standards of floristry in New Zealand.
Bringing the floral community together.
A not-for-profit organization of florists formerly known as "Florists For Change" changed their name to "Real Local Florists Inc." in 2014.
For over 80 years, the RUBF has represented the interests of professional florists in Belgium, to help grow and protect the industry.
The Swiss Florists Association (SFV) was founded in 1920 and is dedicated to the growth of the floral industry in Switzerland and Liechtenstein.
The Society Of American Florists (SAF) represents all segments of the US floral industry and provides it with a strong unified voice in Washington, DC.
First formed in 1987, the Flower Association of Queensland Inc (FAQI) is the premier association for the Queensland cut flowers and foliage industry.
Located in Brussels Union Fleurs represents, promotes and defends the interests of the international floricultural trade throughout the world.
A member of the AFAA, the West Australian Floral Art Society Inc. is the recognized association for floral art in Western Australia.
World Floral Expo is a premiere trade-only event for flower growers and other industry-related vendors from around the world.