High quality images of wild orchids occurring in Greece, and their habitats. Greece.
Activity, membership, and contact Information. Also sections about the orchids of Europe. Formerly known as Associació Orquidològica de Catalunya. Catalonia/Spain.
Images of wild orchids European orchids, mainly from the Central and Mediterranean regions. Peter Zschunke. Frankfurt, Germany.
Selection of hardy orchids, including Dactylorhiza, Epipactis, Orchis and Cypripedium available. Jeff Hutchings. Lancashire, United Kingdom.
Comprehensive site detailing the orchid species, and natural hybrids, occurring in France. Images, lists, maps, insect visitors, descriptions, and more. Philippe Durbin. Villeurbanne, Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes, France.
Members of the Estonian Orchid Protection Club are devoted to protecting the 36 species of orchids found in the country. Image gallery of club excursions. Founded 1985. Estonia.
Showcasing, through images and descriptions, the beauty and diversity of European orchids. Ivar Edvinsen. Sweden.
Images of terrestrial orchids, from anywhere on the planet, are welcome in this group.
Sylvia and Bill's orchid site features art and photographs. Information on raising orchids from seed in a kitchen, growing easy terrestrial orchids such as Epipactis palustris and Dactylorhizas. United Kingdom.
Images of many of the orchids that can be found around Europe. Pieter C. Brouwer. Netherlands.
Image gallery of European native orchids including Epipactis, Cephalanthera, Gymnadenia, Spiranthes, Ophrys, Orchis, and Anacamptis. Csábi Miklós. Hungary.
Promoting the protection of local indigenous orchids and the culture of exotic species. Auvergne, France.
Images of terrestrial orchids found in the Czech Republic, and other European countries. Jan Gaisler. Czech Republic.
Many images of the the native orchids found in the Isère area in the east of France.
Project concerned with the naturally occurring orchids of Extremadura. Orchid genera featured on the site includes Anacamptis, Dactylorhiza, Epipactis, Neotinea, Ophrys, Orchis, and Serapias. Spain.
Images of the native orchids found in the Lorraine region of France. Information includes flowering times, descriptions, and habitats. Anacamptis, Cephalanthera, Dactylorhiza, Epipactis, Gymnadenia, Listera, Ophrys, Orchis, and ...
Native orchids of Sweden... descriptions, images, and maps. Eric Elgebrant. Sweden.
Protecting local orchids and their habitats. The site features many images and orchid descriptions. Founded 1981. Germany.
Images of orchids in Romania and other European countries. Orchid book reviews. Rik Neirynck. Bottelare, Belgium
Information about the native orchid species (at least 49) occurring in the department of Gironde, France.
Hardy orchid genera offered includes Bletilla, Calanthe, Cypripedium, Orchis, and Pleione. Arlen Hill. Stanwood, Washington, United States.
Site dedicated to white colour variations of European wild orchids. Also features a blog. Peter Zschunke. Frankfurt, Germany.
European orchid information including images. Pollination section. Travel reports. Natural hybrids. Contributions on discussion about critical Ophrys clans. Gunther Blaich. Weinheim, Germany.
Images of orchids found in the Parco Nazionale del Cilento e del Vallo di Diano (Cervati, Alburni). Italy.
Several genera of orchids offered including some European terrestrials. Londerzeel, Belgium.
Photographing and describing wild orchids, and other flora, found around the hillsides of Béarn and the Pyrenees mountains. Andreas Guyot. France.
Images of European wild flowers, including many orchids. Gwen and Phil Phillips. United Kingdom.
Images of orchids found in Europe, including Anacamptis, Cypripedium, Dactylorhiza, Epipactis, Ophrys, and Orchis. Nicolas Helitas. France.
Wild orchids found in the Iblea area and in particular the reserve of Cava Grande del Cassibile. Italy.
Information, including images, about the native orchids of Europe. Jean-Marc Moingeon. Goux les Usiers, France.
Information, including mapping, of local orchid populations. Munich, Germany.
Wild orchids photographed in the Netherlands, France, Germany, Belgium, Poland, and Greece. Frank Verhart. Bemelen, Netherlands.