Pictures of the Cattleya family of orchids, both hybrids and species.
Several genera available including Cattleya, Epidendrum, Vanda, and Ascocenda. Santa Isabel, São Paulo, Brazil.
Selection of orchid genera offered including Cymbidium, Grammatophyllum, Vanda, Mokara, Oncidium, Epidendrum, and Dendrobium. Singapore.
Grower, retailer, and wholesaler of subtropical and temperate orchids that do well in coastal Australian climates. Established 1994. Habana (Central Coast), Queensland, Australia.
Specializing in Phalaenopsis, with other genera offered including Dendrobium, Cattleya, Brassavola, Oncidium, Vanda, and Epidendrum. Established first in South Korea in 1998, then Taiwan, then USA. Apopka, Florida, USA.
Selection of orchids available includes Cattleya, Epidendrum, Dendrobium, Phalaenopsis, and Oncidium. Orchid growing supplies are also offered. Established 2012. Santa Cruz de la Sierra, Bolivia.
Lab propagated and nursery grown Colombian orchid species are offered. Unique glass bubbles are also available for growing miniature orchids. Nursery locations in Ginebra at 1000m elevation and El Barranco at 1800m. Andrea Ni ...
Wholesale producer of Phalaenopsis, Cymbidium, Dendrobium, Oncidium, Miltonia, Epidendrum, Paphiopedilum and other orchid genera. Established 1967. Salinas, California, USA.
Large selection of species and hybrids available. Photo gallery. Angela and Roelie van Rooyen. White River, South Africa.
Orchid hybrids and species available. Established 1998. Cordeirópolis, São Paulo, Brazil.
Several genera of orchids, and supplies, offered for sale. Ping Che, Fanling, New Territories, China.
Orchid species and hybrids offered domestically and for international sales. Orchid tours through natural habitat available. Cuenca, Ecuador.
Diverse list of orchid species (many of them native to the region) and hybrids available. Mairiporã, São Paulo, Brazil.
Selection of species and hybrids available. Established in 1957. Easton, Connecticut, USA.
Wholesale nursery offering native Mexican species, and orchid hybrids. Atlixco, Puebla, Mexico.