A group of people who like to meet regularly and share their special interest in growing orchids. Founded 1973. Palmerston North, New Zealand.
Members engage in the observation, study, and conservation of New Zealand's native orchids. New Zealand.
Offering a range of orchid genera available for purchase. Ross and Susan Tucker. Auckland, New Zealand.
A federation of autonomous societies that promotes the study, cultivation, and conservation of orchids. New Zealand.
Comprehensive guide to the over 160 species of orchids occurring in the country, and their habitats. New Zealand.
An organization dedicated to the encouragement and advancement of orchid growing in New Zealand. Founded 1948. Auckland, New Zealand.
A group sharing a common interest in growing and appreciating orchids. Napier, Hawke's Bay, New Zealand.
Sphagnum moss products are offered for use as an orchid growing medium. Christchurch, New Zealand.
An open and friendly club that promotes orchid cultivation and the exchange of knowledge. Founded 1951. Christchurch, New Zealand.
A blog covering an interesting mix of orchid topics with a focus on Pleurothallid Alliance culture. Karma Forester. New Zealand.
Members meet regularly to learn about orchids from each other and to enjoy social occasions together. Tauranga, New Zealand.
A selection of orchid-growing nutrients, potting mixes, and other supplies are available. Milford, New Zealand.
Encouraging and facilitating the culture and sharing of knowledge about orchids. Founded 1983. Auckland, New Zealand.
Specializing in Cymbidium orchids with some other genera available. Manakau, Wellington, New Zealand.
Furthering the knowledge, appreciation, and enjoyment of orchids. Founded 1984. Orewa, New Zealand.
Suppliers of bark for use as an orchid growing medium. Established 2000. Hans and Anita van de Ven. Taranaki, New Zealand.
Orchid seller with an assortment of blooming plants. Whangarei, Northland Region, New Zealand.
Wholesale producer of Cymbidiums for the domestic and international markets. Auckland, New Zealand.
Tree fern products, harvested from sustainable sources, are available for use by orchid enthusiasts. New Zealand.
Images of orchids, vivarium construction, cats (the four-legged variety), and more. Karma Forester. New Zealand.