Thank you for submitting your question. We have many reports discussing the flower industry in Europe as a whole.
Report 1: Cut Flowers and Ornamental Plants, International Trade Centre, Apr 2012
This report discusses the market trends of cut flowers in Europe and covers the Netherlands, Austria, France, Germany, Italy, Norway, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland and the United Kingdom. There is also a section on the global outlook for cut flowers. There is a chart that shows the clock sales and total sales of cut flowers and houseplants in 2011.
“The flower industry is attracting new entrants despite various entry barriers such as huge capital, technical expertise, and infrastructure. Low production, ineffective cold storage systems and poor transportation has limited the competitiveness of developing countries such as India and China” (pg 21).
— Cut Flowers and Ornamental Plants, International Trade Centre, Apr 2012
Finally, there is a chart that shows the top 10 countries that export cut flowers and their sales volume from January through April 2012 and the percent change from 2010. The countries included are Germany, UK, France, Russia, Italy, Switzerland, Belgium, Poland, US, Austria and others.
This is probably the most comprehensive report that meets your research needs.
Report 2: Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs, Jan 2014
This report has a section (pg 40-41) that discusses the value of production in the plant and flower industry and the weather conditions that affected growth.
Report 3: BGI Trade Center IPM 2015, Union Fleurs, Jan 2014
This report discusses the import and export of the top 5 cut-flower producers, Russia, Netherlands, USA, Great Britain, Deutschland, China, Kenya, Ecuador, and Columbia.
I hope you find this useful, and can see that there is a lot of useful information available through the portal about the agriculture industry. If you have any additional needs or questions about our reports, please feel free to contact us.