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Wild Orchids of Central America
Belize Botanic Gardens
Featuring 45 acres of native and exotic orchids growing in the Cayo district of western Belize.
Botanical Orchid Garden, Costa Rica
Botanical garden featuring natural trails, a flower showroom displaying hybrids and species, laboratory, and a demonstration nursery where one can learn about orchid cultivation. Souvenir store and coffee shop. Situated close to the capital and en route to the Pacific beaches. La Garita, Alajuela, Costa Rica.
Orchid Seed Stores for Sustainable Use
The OSSSU is a Darwin Initiative project designed to establish orchid seed banking around the globe (with the current focus on Asia and South and Central America). Based at the Seed Conservation Department of the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew at Wakehurst Place.
Information about the orchid genus Barkeria. Features of the site includes Barkeria photos, growing info, maps, and a forum. Roland Schafflützel. Münchenbuchsee, Switzerland.
The botanical databases of Jardin Botanico Lankester at the University of Costa Rica.
The Association of Orchid Producers of El Valle and Cabuya is dedicated to the conservation of native Panamanian orchid species in danger of extinction. Volunteer opportunities available. Cocle Province, Panama.
Cattleya Orchid Source
Species and culture information for the genus Cattleya, and several related other genera. John Denson. Fort Riley, Kansas, USA.
Asociación Salvadoreña de Orquideología
Objectives of this group includes the sharing of knowledge and promotion of orchid conservation, especially the species of El Salvador. Photos and articles. El Salvador.
Costa Rica nature photographs including Pleurothallids, with some new species. Daniel Jimenez. Cartago, Costa Rica.