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Selection of orchids offered.  Orchid photo gallery.   Dirk and Diane Bruyninckx - De Langhe.  Schoten, Belgium.

Akerne Orchids

Specializing in rare and unusual orchid species.  Bristol, England, United Kingdom.

Orchid Botanics

Native orchids occurring in Papua New Guinea are featured.  Dendrobium, Coelogyne, Bulbophyllum, Spathoglottis, Dendrochilum, Liparis, Vanda, and other genera are shown.  Photographs by Nicole and Robert Westerveld.

PNG Orchids

Specializing in Asian species and Vandaceous hybrids.  Nenita and Jimmy Sorella.  Oxnard, California, USA.

Sorella Orchids

Disa, Angraecum, Bulbophyllum, Cattleya, Dendrobium, Dendrochilum, Oncidium, Phalaenopsis, Phragmipedium, Paphiopedilum, and other genera of species and hybrids are available. Photo gallery with distribution and culture notes.  Colette and Dominique Barthelemy.  Plougastel-Daoulas, France.

La Canopée

Easily grown orchid species and hybrids.  Source of rare, unusual and collectable plants.  David P. Banks.  Northmead, New South Wales, Australia.

Hills District Orchids

Selection of orchids available.  In business since 1984.  Mark Werther.  Radnor, Pennsylvania, USA.

Sentinel Orchids

Orchid hybrids and species available.  Established 1998.  Cordeirópolis, São Paulo, Brazil.

Orquidário NSA

Site focusing on everything to do with the genus Dendrochilum.  Trey Sanders.   London, United Kingdom.

Dendrochilum Introduction

Assortment of orchid species and growing supplies offered for sale.  Jundiaí, São Paulo, Brazil.

Vico Orquídeas

Orchids and ceramic ware offered for sale.  The site also features articles about orchids and available speaking programs.  Marni Turkel.  Santa Rosa, California, USA.

Stony Point Ceramic Design

Selection of orchid genera, including Dendrobium, Cattleya, Paphiopedilum, Dendrochilum, and Vanda for sale.  Wide variety of growing supplies available.  Established 1952.  Mito City, Okayama, Japan.

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