Specializing in propagation technologies and the sale of perennial orchids suitable for many European gardens. Tinlot, Liège, Belgium.
Exploring Europe to search for orchids is documented in images and words. Peter Zschunke. Frankfurt, Hesse, Germany.
Seed-propagated terrestrial orchids are available for sale. Heinrich Beyrle. Stadtbergen, Bavaria, Germany.
Images and other information on the native orchids of Slovenia. Branko Dolinar. Slovenia.
Terrestrial orchids, and other plants, suitable for European gardens. Established 2002. Gerhard Raschun jun.. Maria Rain, Carinthia, Austria.
Images and descriptions of native terrestrial orchids, and the habitats they live in. Greece.
Members of this organization are devoted to protecting the 36 species of orchids found in the country. Founded 1985. Estonia.
A collaborative site for collecting and disseminating observations of wild orchids in mainland France. Features images, charts, maps, and more. France.
Coalition of organizations dedicated to conserving the diverse orchid heritage of North America. Edgewater, Maryland, United States.
Offering native British orchids grown from seed. Wilson Wall. Bewdley, England, United Kingdom.
Information focusing on frost-resistant terrestrial orchids, especially Cypripediums. Wolfgang Leverberg. Remscheid, North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany.
Images of many of the orchids that can be found around Europe. Pieter C. Brouwer. Netherlands.
Specializing in propagating, growing, and selling hardy orchids suitable for many European gardens. Londerzeel, Belgium.
Orchids occurring in the Hautes-Alpes department are presented in images, maps, and descriptions. Provence-Alpes-Côte d'Azur, France.
Information about the department's native orchid species populations and their habitats. Gironde, Nouvelle-Aquitaine, France.
Images and other information about native orchids occurring in the Lorraine region and elsewhere. Paul Montagne. Grand Est, France.
Information about nature trails in the Campania region where many wild orchids are found. Campania, Italy.
Family-owned tissue culture laboratory and nursery specializing in hardy terrestrial orchids. Established 2011. Belleville, Michigan, United States.
Members united in their passion for orchids. Founded 2009. Barcelona, Catalonia/Spain.
Information, including images, about the native orchids of Europe. Jean-Marc Moingeon. Goux les Usiers, Bourgogne-Franche-Comté, France.
Project seeking to increase knowledge about the naturally occurring orchids of Extremadura. Spain.
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.
A site dedicated to the science and aesthetics of white-flowered variations of European orchids. Peter Zschunke. Frankfurt, Hesse, Germany.
An assortment of terrestrial orchids is available from this vendor. Sabine Schreiner. Schwarzach, Baden-Württemberg, Germany.
Images of indigenous orchids occurring in the region. Salerno, Campania, Italy.
A group featuring over 19,000 images of the 50 to 60 orchid species that grow in the British Isles.
A vendor with a selection of terrestrial garden orchids offered for sale. Münster, North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany.
European orchid information including images, pollination, travel reports, and natural hybrids. Gunther Blaich. Weinheim, Baden-Württemberg, Germany.
Featuring images of multiple orchid genera occurring in Europe. Nicolas Helitas. Montier-en-Der, Grand Est, France.
Images of European wild flowers, including many orchids. Gwen and Phil Phillips. United Kingdom.
European nature images with numerous images of orchids with descriptions. J.M.I. Klaver. Marche, Italy
General information, field reports, and images of orchids from around Europe. Frank Verhart. Bemelen, Limburg, Netherlands.
Descriptions and other information about orchids native to Sweden. Eric Elgebrant. Sweden.
Showcasing, through images and descriptions, the beauty and diversity of European orchids. Ivar Edvinsen. Sweden.