Information on growing orchids, orchid images (including shows in Japan and New York), and hybridizing information on many slipper orchids. Occasionally has flasks/divisions for sale. Yassir Islam. United States.
Jonah Winn-Lenetsky writes about orchid buying, culture, Central American orchids, and other topics . Minneapolis, Minnesota, United States.
Blog featuring images and descriptions of orchid species and hybrids. Arne Schon and Khairul Bariah. Baltimore, Maryland, United States.
Orchid articles and lectures on several genera including Stanhopea, Gongora, Acineta, Cirrhaea, Peristeria, Schlimmia, Sievekingia, Soterosanthus, Sobralia, Elleanthus, Fregea, and Palmorchis. Nina Rach. Houston, Texas, Unite ...
Visits to south Florida orchid festivals and nurseries, as well as growing tips are featured in videos. Blanca Acosta. St. Petersburg, Florida, United States.
A blog about orchids and cats. And sometimes frogs. Brian Donovan. Lawrence, Kansas, United States.
Species and culture information for the genus Cattleya, and several related other genera. John Denson. Fort Riley, Kansas, United States.
Cymbidium image gallery and information source created by an orchid enthusiast. Ha Bui. United States.
Cypripedium species and hybrids, including images. Clark Riley. Baltimore, Maryland, United States.
The hunt to photograph Florida's native orchids and incidental related things. Prem Subrahmanyam. Altamonte Springs, Florida, United States.
Images and other information about orchids found in the state of Florida. Prem Subrahmanyam. Florida, United States.
Blog covering orchid news, views, stories, and technology from around-the-world. Fort Collins, Colorado, United States.
Learning the art of cultivating and appreciating Japanese orchids. Alexander Vasiljev. Sarasota, Florida, United States.
Artist, designer, and cat whisperer writes about her experiences growing orchids. Colleen Rochette. New York, New York, United States.
Orchid research projects with a focus on Ecuador species. Lorena Endara at the Florida Museum of Natural History. Gainesville, Florida, United States.
Journal about growing orchids includes plant descriptions, care, and image gallery. San Francisco, California, United States.
Cattleya, Catasetum, Paphiopedilum, Bulbophyllum, and other orchids are discussed in video format. William Green. Colorado, United States.
Orchid images, including species found in Arizona. Prescott, Arizona, United States.
A photographic record of the beautiful, and often rare, native orchids that can be found in the area. Lynden, Washington, United States.
From a south Floridian perspective, the local orchid scene is shown in videos. Visits to local nurseries and orchid shows, and outdoor care demonstrations are featured. Florida, United States.
Featuring many links to orchid-related sites. Orchid events, classified ads, and speakers page. Carson E. Whitlow. Adel, Iowa, United States.
Feeding your orchid-growing habit. This site is for indoor growers specializing in compact, fragrant orchids and for people interested in native orchids, orchid history, and orchid couture. Erica Hannickel. Wisconsin, United S ...
Source of orchid information and links. Created by David Off of Waldor Orchids. Linwood, New Jersey, United States.
Orchid images from AOS judging, private collections, and nature. Free desktop backgrounds. Online 1996. Greg Allikas. North Carolina, United States.
Orchid species and hybrid photographs. Monroe Kokin. Southwest Florida, United States.
Orchid images and musings from Duane McDowell, author of The Orchid Picture Book. Minnesota, United States.
Integrating undergraduate student learning with the conservation of North America's rarest native orchids. Illinois College. Jacksonville, Illinois, United States.
Mostly about orchid culture, but cacti and hummingbirds are also featured in the videos. United States
General information on several genera of orchids, events, and links. Christina Boris. Rolling Meadows, Illinois, United States.
An orchid hobbyist blogs about growing and blooming tropical orchids in the American Midwest. Kansas City, Missouri, United States.
Observations and images about how to bring miniature orchids into flower. Cadillac, Michigan, United States.
Orchid buying, growing, and discussion with Durrell in videos. Alabama, United States.
Images of orchidarium grown orchids with detailed species information. Lynden, Washington, United States.
An interactive guide to the native orchids of Wisconsin. Descriptions and images. Jeffrey R. Hapeman. University of Wisconsin, United States.
Collaborative project by volunteers to document all species and hybrid orchids. Features includes images, general information, discussion, and culture notes. Anyone can edit to expand the over 4,000 articles currently availabl ...
CANCELLED: Annual event held in the spring featuring dozens of orchid sellers from several continents. Established 1996. Homestead, Florida, United States.
From nutrients to mounting, many orchid culture topics are covered. Alabama, United States.
Growing orchids outside in Southern California. Roberta Fox. Costa Mesa, California, United States.
Blog featuring many of the native orchids found in the US Pacific Northwest. Lynden, Washington, United States.
Award list and images of several genera of orchids. Specializing in Paphiopedilum, this hobbyist grower has some extra plants offered for sale. Freeport, Illinois, United States.
Paphiopedilum, Phragmipedium, and Cypripedium taxonomy. Blooming seasons and awards data. Images and literature scans. Stephen Manza. Gaithersburg, Maryland, United States.
Paphiopedilum and Phragmipedium information. Matt Pedersen. Lincolnwood, Illinois, United States.
Many interesting topics are covered in blog posts dedicated to the horticulture and enjoyment of the orchid genus Stanhopea. Robert Lauri. California, United States.
Orchid culture tips and image gallery. Sue and John Erickson. Longmont, Colorado, United States.
Annual winter event where orchids are displayed and sold. Miami, Florida, United States.
The trials and tribulations of growing tropical plants in a tiny apartment where it's definitely NOT tropical... Wyoming, United States.