Association of Floral Importers of Florida (AFIF) - Miami-based group advocating floral import trade issues. Details industry statistics and describes efforts with Customs and Border Patrol (CBP), the US Department of Agriculture (USDA) and Agriculture Quarantine Inspection (AQI).
California Cut Flower Commission (CCFC) - Non-profit grower group formed to promote California-grown cut flowers and foliages. Includes news and events, searchable database of products, links to members, and large collection of articles for consumers and florists.
Flower Association of Queensland Incorporated (FAQI) - The peak industry body for the cut flower industry in Queensland aiming to develop and maintain a sustainable, profitable and efficient flower production and marketing industry, which is commercially focused and works successfully with other stakeholders to expand domestic and export demand for its products.
Flowers Victoria - Representative body for the Victorian Flower Growers, the largest producers of cut flowers in Australia. Includes list of members, marketplace and calendar of events.
Hawaii Orchid Growers Association - An non-profit alliance of professional cut and potted orchid growers that supports marketing, research and educational projects. Includes member directory and conference information.
North Carolina Commercial Flower Growers' Association - The Association ranks as one of the leading floriculture organizations in the nation and has much to offer growers of all sizes through educational, legislative, and floriculture research and scholarship activities.
South African Flower Growers Association (SAFGA) - SAFGA is an Association of Flower Growers, Flower Exporters and Related Members. SAFGA works to improve the environment of its industry, and to provide useful information to its members and to those who have an interest in the South African Flower industry.
Virginia Flower Growers Association (VFGA) - VFGA is a grower organization to support the floriculture industry in Virginia. Membership is open to all growers or members of the associated industry as well to students, master gardeners, and other educators interested in the greenhouse industry.