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After the Second World War, with the recovery and development of the post-war economy, the flower industry has maintained a vigorous development momentum with its unique charm and has become one of the most dynamic industries in the world today. Flower products have become bulk commodities in international trade.
At present, the world's flower cultivation area reaches 22.3hm2. Countries with larger cultivation areas are: China, India, Japan, the United States, the Netherlands, Italy, Thailand, the United Kingdom, France, and Germany. Flower trade mainly includes cut flowers, cut leaves, potted flowers, bulbs, seedlings, seeds, etc. The countries with relatively high foreign exchange earnings from flower exports are: the Netherlands, Colombia, Denmark, Israel, Italy, Costa Rica, Belgium, the United States, Thailand, and Kenya. Among them, the countries that consume a lot of flowers are: Germany, France, the United Kingdom, the Netherlands, the United States, Japan, Spain, Denmark, Belgium, Switzerland, etc.
As a global high-efficiency agriculture, many countries have paid full attention to it, and the international trade volume of flowers is also expanding.