Your link to the orchid growing community in South Africa. Publisher of the journal 'Orchids South Africa'. List of affiliated societies in South Africa.
Membership, images, projects, activities, and organization news. South Africa.
Striving to bring those together who are interested in orchids. The oldest orchid society in South Africa. Founded 1957. Cape Town, South Africa.
Family-owned business specializing in orchid species. Nelspruit, Mpumalanga, South Africa.
Meetings, events, and contact information. Founded 1963. Johannesburg, South Africa.
Community of people who meet monthly and are dedicated to the propagation, growing, and showing of orchids. Pinetown (near Durban), KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa.
Selection of orchid species, hybrids, and supplies offered. Established 1995. Johannesburg, South Africa.
Specializing in exporting Cymbidium cut-flowers to Europe and North America. Other types of orchids are also grown for the local pot plant market. Established 1979. Darling, Western Cape, South Africa.
The Noord-Gauteng Orgideevereniging serves orchid enthusiasts in the Northern Gauteng area. Founded 1967. Pretoria, Gauteng, South Africa.
Membership, events, and contact information. Founded 1994. Sandbaai, Western Cape, South Africa.
Large selection of species and hybrids available. Image gallery. Angela and Roelie van Rooyen. White River, South Africa.
Memberships, events, and contact information. Edenvale, Gauteng, South Africa.
The trials, tribulations, joy and fun of growing plants on a balcony in a little town in Africa. James Stapley. Grahamstown, Eastern Cape, South Africa.
Orchid plants, flasks, and seedlings offered for sale. Paul Roos. Bashewa, Pretoria, South Africa.
Wholesale vendor offering Ansellia, Cymbidiums, Miltoniopsis, Oncidium Alliance, and other orchids. Debra and Pierre Martheze. Stanford, Western Cape, South Africa.
Information about local orchid species and contact details for the society. Kwa-Zulu Natal, South Africa.
Meetings, contact, news, and membership information. Founded 1985. Bellville, Cape Town, Western Cape, South Africa.