Home to the American Orchid Society and monthly judgings of the Florida-Caribbean Regional Judging Center. Founded 1938. Coral Gables, Florida, United States.
Internationally known orchid collection open for public viewing. Victoria Village, Trinity, Jersey, Channel Islands (British Crown dependencies).
Helping to protect the floral diversity of Belize by featuring 45 acres of tropical plants with many orchids. Cayo District, Belize.
Botanical garden featuring natural trails, a flower showroom displaying hybrids and species, laboratory, and more. La Garita, Alajuela, Costa Rica.
Botanical gardens open January - April with orchids and supplies available for sale. Tierras Altas District, Chiriquí Province, Panama.
A locally-managed conservation project with 375 hectares of cloud forest containing many orchid species. Ecuador.
Botanical gardens with an emphasis on research, identification, conservation, and display of epiphytes. Founded 1973. Sarasota, Florida, United States.
More than 3000 species of orchids and butterflies are displayed in a tropical setting. Luttelgeest, Flevoland, Netherlands.
Working with the Muttart Conservatory to help develop a world-renowned orchid species collection. Founded 1991. Edmonton, Alberta, Canada.
This plant database has information on almost all orchid species. Created in 1982. Missouri Botanical Garden, St. Louis, Missouri, United States.
Orchid collection at Old Dominion University that is open to the public. Built 2008. Norfolk, Virginia, United States.
Organization that welcomes all people interested in orchids. Founded 2005. Aberglasney Gardens, Llanarthne, Wales, United Kingdom.
An assortment of orchids, cut flowers, and growing supplies is offered for sale. Hiroshima Prefecture, Japan.
About 20,000 orchids are grown at this botanical garden. Established 2007. Bahan, Israel.
Promoting the conservation and scientific research of Amazon basin orchids. Puyo, Ecuador.
Orchids are displayed as well as being home to the Flamingo Gardens Orchid Society. Founded 1927. Davie, Florida, United States.
Over 1,300 orchid species are on display for visitors to enjoy. Estepona, Málaga, Andalusia/Spain.