The Flower Label Program is a private, non-governmental, not-for-profit association that promotes socially and environmentally responsible flower, fern, plant and foliage cultivation. FLP is a joint initiative of human rights organizations, labor unions, churches, flower producers and flower retailers.
Flower Label Program Certified
The Flower Label Program implements 10 principles made available in its International Code of Conduct (ICC). FLP’s Guidelines document provides detailed information on how to implement these specific objectives and requirements, providing detailed explanations on each of the 10 principles of the ICC. As a general rule, when a country’s national laws are above FLP’s standards, the most stringent provision applies.
FLP certification covers over 300 varieties of flowers, including roses, carnations, lilies, hydrangeas, ornithogalum, callas, limonium, statice, and foliage or greenery like leatherleaf ferns, tree ferns, ming ferns, aspidistra, sprengeri, eucalyptus, strawberry tree, Italian ruscus, foxtail ferns, and salix.