Dutch Orchid Society contact, activity, and meeting information. Web-based discussion group. Publishers of Orchideeën, a colour magazine. Founded 1931. The Netherlands.
Circle membership, meetings, events, and contact information. Founded in 1966. Amsterdamn, Netherlands.
Membership, activity, and contact information. Orchid culture notes, videos, photos, and more. Founded in 1968. Rotterdam, Netherlands.
Information about the orchid genus Dracula, including a list of known species and photos. Herman ter Borch. Netherlands.
Orchid culture guides and photo gallery. Species and hybrids offered. Some flasks. Nederweert-Eind. Netherlands.
Covering the genera Phragmipedium, Cypripedium, Paphiopedilum, Mexipedium, and Selenipedium. General information, classification, species, hybrids, synonyms, anomalies, photos, etc.. Formerly known as PhragWeb. Rob Zuiderwijk ...
Enthusiastic orchid growers meet regularly to share their mutual interests. Membership, activities, and contact information. Limburg, Netherlands.
Membership and activities information for the Orchid Society of Southeast Brabant . Founded in 1989. Waalre, Netherlands.
News, activities, and information about Dutch and other European orchids. Publishers of the magazine "Eurorchis". Netherlands.
Variety of info about Pleurothallids including photos. Loes van Pelt and Peter Wondergem. The Netherlands.
Research reports on Neottia (ovata) and Epipactis (helleborine subsp. neerlandica). Also the periodical Eurorchis and a guide on how to do fieldwork can be downloaded. Dirk Kapteyn den Boumeester. Netherlands.
Specializing in Vandas, originating in Thailand. Company history and culture information. Established in 1998. Steef van Adrichem. Wateringen, Netherlands.
The Epiphytic Plant Research and Information Center was founded in 1997 to maintain natural habitats of epiphytic plants, educate the public, create a reserve collection of epiphytic plants, and to help with publications. Huiss ...
Extensive assortment of orchids are listed for sale. Hollandsche Radin, Netherlands.
Selection of Phalaenopsis hybrids displayed and offered for sale in 12 cm. pots. Netherlands.
Orchid images of many genera, sorted and displayed in alphabetical order. Rogier van Vugt. Soest, Netherlands.
Orchid catalogue and photo gallery. Culture notes. Rene Klinge. Nederhorst den Berg, Netherlands.
Primarily offering cacti, the site also lists many species of orchids for sale. Allard Bax. Groningen, Netherlands.
More than 3000 species of orchids and butterflies are displayed in a tropical setting. Also orchid plant sales and growing supplies are offered in the shop. Luttelgeest, Netherlands.
Selection of orchid species and hybrids offered. Nederweert-Eind, Limburg, Netherlands.
Dutch orchid society especially for those interested in the propagation of terrestrial and tropical orchids. Four meetings a year take place at the botanic gardens in Utrecht, Netherlands.
Membership and events information for this group of about 140 Dutch orchid enthusiasts. Growing tips and embroidery patterns. Founded 1977. Meetings are held 6 times a year at the Botanical Gardens of Utrecht, Netherlands.
Orchid care notes, group activities, contact, and membership information. Den Haag, Netherlands.
Selection of orchids, and other plants, offered for sale. Orchid care tips. Bergschenhoek, Netherlands.
Specializing in Oncidium, Zygopetalum, and Brassia orchids. De Lier, South Holland, Netherlands.
Membership, contact, events, and other information for the Ultrecht Orchid Circle. Associated with the Dutch Orchid Society. Bilthoven, Netherlands.
Images of many of the orchids that can be found around Europe. Pieter C. Brouwer. Netherlands.
Wholesale producer of metal wire forms, in a variety of shapes, that are used for orchids (especially Phalaenopsis). The Hague, Netherlands.
Selection of orchids offered with the focus on plants with origins in South America. Nursery also known as van der Goes Orchideeën. Nootdorp, South Holland, Netherlands.
Over the Moon Orchids (Koehler Orchids) is a wholesale nursery offering an assortment of orchids. Aalsmeer, North Holland, Netherlands.
Large wholesale producer of Phalaenopsis orchids. Founded 1980. Wateringen, South Holland, Netherlands.
Membership, events, contact, and meetings information. Etten Leur, Netherlands.
Orchid information, including links to orchid groups and vendors, and site design services. The Netherlands.
Large commercial orchid producer concentrating on Phalaenopsis, Cymbidium, Miltoniopsis, Odontoglossum, and Dendrobium. Heemskerk, Netherlands.
Nursery specialized in the cultivation of standard Cymbidium hybrids. Leo Zwinkels. Netherlands.
Large wholesale grower specializing in Dendrobum nobile. Established 1928. Delfgauw, Netherlands.
Orchid species and hybrids available for purchase. Haren, Groningen, Netherlands.
Commercial producer of cut-flower Cymbidiums. Established 1976. Peter Zwinkels. De Lier, South Holland, Netherlands.
Interactive Orchid CD-ROM with more than 9,400 orchid photos, 20 chapters on orchid care, and orchid clasification. English, Spanish, German and Dutch Orchid CD-ROM versions. Dieren, The Netherlands.
Selection of orchids available for the retail and wholesale markets. Growing orchids since 1974. Wim and Herbert Wooning. Bleiswijk, Netherlands.
Quality images of terrestrial orchids native to tropical habitats. Pieter C. Brouwer. Netherlands.
Collecting and selling orchid books (in many languages) since 1992. Bert van Zuylen. Zeeland, Netherlands.
Group activities, photos, and contact information. Baarlo, Netherlands.
Activities and membership information. Member of the Dutch Orchid Association (Nederlandse Orchideeen Vereniging). Netherlands.
Specializing in Cymbidium production. Established in 1971. Located near the Aalsmeer Flower Auction in Rijsenhout, Netherlands.
Three nurseries (De Vreede, Fransen, Geest) producing a selection of orchids for sale in Europe. Based in the Netherlands.
Specializing in breeding cut-flower Cymbidiums and potted orchids. Growing orchids since 1993. Theo and Gertjan Ammerlaan. Pijnacker, Netherlands.
Wild orchids photographed in the Netherlands, France, Germany, Belgium, Poland, and Greece. Frank Verhart. Bemelen, Netherlands.