Members of the L’Associazione Emiliano Romagola Amici delle Orchidee share a common passion for orchids. Founded 1978. Bologna, Emilia-Romagna, Italy.
Orchid information, including a lively discussion forum. Detailed orchid culture. Paphiopedilum species descriptions with images. Seed sowing, Italian societies, vendors, and show information. Giulio Farinelli. Italy.
Conservation project aiming to help slow the decline of orchid species, especially in the Parco del Po vercellese-alessandrino (Piemonte) and Parco di Portofino (Liguria) areas. Italy.
Information about, and images of, the orchids found in Italy. Official page of the Italian Group for the Research on Wild Orchids, G.I.R.O.S., (Gruppo Italiano per la Ricerca sulle Orchidee Spontanee). A book, covering the orc ...
Orchid federation uniting Italian amateurs, professionals, and enthusiasts. Villa Brandolini d'Adda, Italy.
Protecting and promoting the private, cultivated, orchid collection known as Hortus Orchis. The site features a image gallery complete with taxonomy and habitat information. There is also a section describing native orchids fo ...
Association dedicated to the study, cultivation, and pampering of orchids. Bologna, Italy.
ALAO activities, membership, and orchid culture information. Varese, Italy.
Orchid species, hybrids, and growing supplies offered. Giulio Celandroni. San Giuliano Terme, Tuscany, Italy.
Selection of orchid species and hybrids offered. Established 2014. Alberto Zanatta. Treviso, Italy.
Images of orchids found in the Parco Nazionale del Cilento e del Vallo di Diano (Cervati, Alburni). Italy.
Orchid information including taxonomy, distribution, culture, and images. Alberto Ghedin. Italy.
Commercial orchid grower since 1980. Albenga (on the Ligurian Riveria), Italy.
Online catalog of tropical orchids and supplies offered for sale. Roccastrada, Grosseto, Italy.
Association news, meetings, contact, and membership information. Italy.
Membership information, glossary, articles, and images. Italy.
Topics include taxonomy, temperature, light, and humidity requirements, for several orchid genera. Patrizio De Priori, Gianantonio Torelli, Umberto Boni, Marco Riccaboni, and Luigi Cesi. Italy.
Facebook page dedicated to the wild orchids of the Apulia (Puglia) region in Italy.
Selection of orchid species and hybrids offered. Bed and Breakfast accomodations available. Monica Iraci and Luigi Callini. Belgirate (VB), Italy.
Official site of the Italian Orchidology Association. "Caesiana" magazine and CD-ROM. Image gallery. Rome, Italy.
Articles, images, events, and other information about the wild orchids found in the Gargano Promontory mountains of northern Apulia. Angela Rossini and John Quitadamo. Italy.
Orchid growers sharing their common interest. Founded 2004. South Tyrol, Italy.
Events, image gallery, articles, contact and other information for this group of amateur orchid growers in southern Italy.
Hobbyist orchid growers meet regularly to discuss and learn more about their favourite plants. The site also features a calendar of events, images, contact information, and a forum. Trentino, Italy.
Site created for Giovanni Spagnoli (born 1928), one of the founding members of GIROS, and orchid researcher. Amelia, Italy.
Associated with the Gruppo Italiano Ricerca Orchidee Spontanee (GIROS), the site features information, including images, about orchids observed in the central part of the country. Italy.
Information about several genera of orchids including Cymbidium, Bletilla, Coelogyne, and Miltoniopsis. Gianantonio Torelli. Italy.
Information, including photographs, about the native orchids of western Sicily (especially the province of Trapani), Italy.
Wild orchids found in the Iblea area and in particular the reserve of Cava Grande del Cassibile. Italy.
Selection of orchids listed for sale. Image gallery. Camporosso, Italy.
Images of imported and native orchids. Orchidee in centro information (exhibitors, accomodation, map). Gianni Ferretti. Rome, Italy.
Images of wild orchids found in western M .ti del Vallo di Diano (pr.Salerno). Bruno and Tommaso Pisapia. Italy.