Cypripedium hybrids, and other terrestrial plants, suitable for temperate climate gardens are offered. Oberguenzburg, Bavaria, Germany.
A small nursery specializing in the propagation and production of Cypripediums. Amy Murray. Massachusetts, United States.
Specializing in propagation technologies and the sale of perennial orchids suitable for many European gardens. Tinlot, Liège, Belgium.
Coalition of organizations dedicated to conserving the diverse orchid heritage of North America. Edgewater, Maryland, United States.
Wholesale vendor of Cypripedium hybrids suitable for garden growing in Europe. Established 1994. Michael Weinert. Dietramszell, Bavaria, Germany.
Members enjoy sharing information about their favourite orchid genera. International members are welcome. Founded 1990. Solihull, England, United Kingdom.
Specializing in laboratory propagated Cypripediums from seed. Established 1993. Elizabeth and Scott Durkee. New Haven, Vermont, United States.
Web-based forum to discuss Paphiopedilum, Phragmipedium, Cypripedium, Mexipedium, and Selenipedium orchids.
Terrestrial orchids, and other plants, suitable for European gardens. Established 2002. Gerhard Raschun jun.. Maria Rain, Carinthia, Austria.
A selection of laboratory-grown Cypripedium seedlings offered for sale. Carol and Bill Steele. Bovey, Minnesota, United States.
A selection of orchids suitable for growing in European gardens is available. Altenberge, North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany.
A nursery offering a selection of orchids that spans several genera. Established 1939. DeLand, Florida, United States.
A photographic record of the beautiful and often rare native orchids that can be found in the region. Medical Lake, Washington, United States.
Laboratory-propagated Cypripedium plants are offered for sale. Brandon Larson. Bovey, Minnesota, United States.
Information about growing Cypripedium orchids in a temperate climate garden. Clark Riley. Baltimore, Maryland, United States.
Images of many of the orchids that can be found around Europe. Pieter C. Brouwer. Netherlands.
Offering terrestrial orchids suitable for temperate climate gardens. Established 2006. Seattle, Washington, United States.
A nursery specializing in growing and selling temperate orchids suitable for prairie gardens. Shawn Hillis. Calgary, Alberta, Canada.
Family-owned nursery offering hardy orchids suitable for temperate climate gardens. Arlen Hill. Established 2004. Stanwood, Washington, United States.
Orchid propagation services and Cypripedium sales. Established 1990. Kurt Dieter Schmidt. Quedlinburg, Saxony-Anhalt, Germany.
Images of terrestrial orchids, from anywhere on the planet, are welcome in this group.
Plant seller specializing in terrestrial orchids for the garden. Sørbøvågen, Vestland, Norway.
Researching native, wild orchids and their habitats while working to promote their protection. Founded 1981. Koblenz, Rhineland-Palatinate, Germany.
Micropropagated orchids are available for export to the international market. Established 2003. Wenqing and Holger Perner. Chengdu, Sichuan, China.
Specializing in orchids suitable for European gardens. Christian and Sabine Schreiner. Schwarzach, Baden-Württemberg, Germany.
Hardy terrestrial orchids, tropical orchids, and growing supplies available. Established 1986. Columbia Station, Ohio, United States.
Selection of hardy orchids including Dactylorhiza, Epipactis, Calanthe, and Cypripedium offered. Jeff Hutchings. Garstang, England, United Kingdom.
Specializing in seed-grown Cypripedium orchids suitable for gardens or pots. Greg and Lee Warner. Whitby, Ontario, Canada.
Details about the orchid species and natural hybrids occurring in France. Philippe Durbin. Villeurbanne, Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes, France.
Organization whose purpose is to protect unique ecosystems and their plant communities. Founded 1998. Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada.
Information focusing on frost-resistant terrestrial orchids, especially Cypripediums. Wolfgang Leverberg. Remscheid, North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany.
An international organization devoted to the conservation, understanding, and growing of lady slipper orchids.
Family-owned tissue culture laboratory and nursery specializing in hardy terrestrial orchids. Established 2011. Belleville, Michigan, United States.
A vendor with a selection of terrestrial garden orchids offered for sale. Münster, North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany.
Specializing in propagating, growing, and selling hardy orchids suitable for many European gardens. Londerzeel, Belgium.
Traditional Japanese orchid culture is featured with sections on Neofinetia falcata and others. Kyushu, Japan.
Slipper orchid taxonomy, images, awards, and more. Stephen Manza. Gaithersburg, Maryland, United States.
Images of Paphiopedilums, Phragmipediums, Selenipediums, Mexipediums, and Cypripediums.
An assortment of terrestrial orchids is available from this vendor. Sabine Schreiner. Schwarzach, Baden-Württemberg, Germany.
An interactive guide, with descriptions and images, to the native orchids of Wisconsin. Jeffrey R. Hapeman. UW-Madison, Wisconsin, United States.
Selection of hardy orchids suitable for temperature climates available. Salt Spring Island, British Columbia, Canada.
Images of native orchids in Europe, North Africa, and the Middle East. Sven Birkedal. Sweden.
Selection of terrestrial orchids and bamboo offered for sale. Reinhard Krewerth. Altenberge, North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany.
Featuring images of multiple orchid genera occurring in Europe. Nicolas Helitas. Montier-en-Der, Grand Est, France.
Images of orchid species found in northern Europe. Markku Könkkölä. Finland.