Upcoming Global Events

Redland International Orchid Festival, United States

Starting Friday, May 17, 2024 (lasts 3 days) Event by Miami Orchid Society Read More

Welcome new members: Chris Spencer, Tequesta, Fl | Joey Ramos, Pottstown, PA | Anna Kovacs-Bauer, Csákvár, Fejér, Hungary | Louis Nash, New Bern, NC | Alisha Lindsay, Red Deer, AB, Canada | Fiona Gordon, Philadelphia , PA | Dave Johnston, Meridan Plains, Qld, Australia | Muhammad Faiz Al Ayyubi, Jakarta, Indonesia | Jolie Gregory, Los Angeles, California |

   Recent Sale/Trade Plants:

LAELIA AND MYRMECOPHILA HYBRIDS $25.00 listed by dr adam t cohen sarasota, USA

Paph Love Conquers $30.00 listed by Linda Thorne Seagrove, USA
You can List a Plant for Sale or Trade. It's a free service to our members.

   Member-Added Plants:

Bc. Binosa var. Fuchs plant grown by Mary Lane in Naples, Florida.

Featured Articles

Easy Orchids

Author is Ken Slump, posted about 3 years ago Suggestions for Choosing Plants Requiring Minimal Care THIS SEEMS LIKE AN IDEAL TOPIC for an article. Many of us want to enjoy orchid flowers with a minimum of fuss and I have found that most ... Read More

Beginners Start Here

Author is Ken Slump, posted over 3 years ago A 12-Step Plan for Becoming a Successful Orchid Grower IF YOU ARE NEW TO THE ORCHID hobby and perhaps feel you are not enjoying the success with your plants that you had hoped for, read throug... Read More

Water: The Most Important Nutrient

Author is Roy Tokunaga, posted almost 4 years ago We take water for granted.  It falls out of the sky.  It flows from the faucet.  Oahu city water is considered good for growing Orchids.   We use it without thought or concern. If you study orch... Read More

Newest Articles

Orchids.org Information

Author is Carol Holdren, posted about 2 years ago Orchids.org is the website for the International Orchid Foundation (IOF).  We are a not for profit organization registered with the IRS and founded by three hobbyists who live in South Florida.  To... Read More

Welcome New Members!! To be appointed administrator of your society or business page, please email us at [email protected].

Author is Carol Holdren, posted over 2 years ago You can tailor your society or business page yourself when you are the administrator. Add events and photos. Make Orchids.org a part of your outreach - it is all at no cost to you. When you list yo... Read More

Check out the great beginner articles by Ken Slump Added to ORCHIDS.ORG

Author is Sys Admin, posted about 3 years ago The International Orchid Foundation is happy to announce the publishing of 71 articles written by Ken Slump, long time orchid grower and judge.  The content contains a weath of information, especia... Read More

Your Local Orchid Society

Author is Ken Slump, posted about 3 years ago Join, Participate and Discover New Flowers and Friends EVERY SERIOUS ORCHID HOBBYIST should seek out and become an active member of their local orchid society. From the moment I walked into my... Read More

New Topics

  1. Mary Lane asked question Orchid roots .com site? in category General Discussion
  2. David George asked question recently purchased orchid shows unstoppable roots in category General Discussion
  3. katherine mott asked question shorter stem with less vigorous blooms in category Phalaenopsis
  4. Glenda Ratliff started topic need info on yellow bird in category General Discussion
  5. Paula Milano asked question Looking to join an orchid club. in category General Discussion

New Comments

  1. Carol Holdren commented on topic "recently purchased orchid shows unstoppable roots " by David George
  2. Michael Makio commented on orchid V. Beatrice Makio
  3. Carol Holdren commented on topic "shorter stem with less vigorous blooms" by katherine mott
  4. Carol Holdren commented on topic "need info on yellow bird" by Glenda Ratliff
  5. Carol Holdren commented on topic "Looking to join an orchid club." by Paula Milano
  6. Jeanne Uzar Hudson commented on topic "Repotting Large Cattleyas" by Jeanne Uzar Hudson
  7. Jeanne Uzar Hudson commented on member plant Paph. malipoense by Jeanne Uzar Hudson
  8. William Gorski commented on topic "how difficult is it growing from seed" by kevan gregory
  9. Carol Holdren commented on topic "Information " by Carmen Britton
  10. Carol Holdren commented on member plant C. lueddemanniana var. Coerulea, Venosa by Paulo Fiuza
  11. Jeanne Uzar Hudson commented on topic "Banrot 40WP" by Therese Stecher
  12. Maria Lucia Prieto Real commented on orchid Rlc. Village Chief Armani
  13. Mariana Chacon commented on orchid Gom. Jiaho Queen
  14. Roberto Lizama commented on member plant Max. dillonii by Roberto Lizama

Members with Most Plants (Public)

  1. Gü​nther Eilers of North with 11​21 plants.
  2. Je​anne Uzar Hudson of Cross Hill, South Carolina with 83​1 plants.
  3. Va​nessa Monteiro of Carmo, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil with 51​5 plants.
  4. Ma​ry Lane of Naples, Florida with 29​3 plants.
  5. Bar​ry Zimmerman of Milpitas, California with 258 plants.
  6. G. K. of Mount Vernon, NY with 21​1 plants.
  7. Ma​rk Bennett of Emerald, Victoria, Australia with 20​3 plants.
  8. Li​nda Hartman of PORT ST LUCIE, FL with 19​6 plants.
  9. Je​fferson Lenzi of São Bernardo do Campo, São Paulo, Brazil with 16​8 plants.
  10. R .Benson of Saint Paul, MN with 16​1 plants.
  11. Ro​bert H. Findlay of Brewster, Massachusetts with 14​4 plants.
  12. Wil​liam Gorski of Marco Island, Florida with 137 plants.
  13. Na​te La Breche of San Diego, California with 13​3 plants.
  14. Sh​awn Dvorak of Clermont, Florida with 13​2 plants.
  15. Phi​llip Ting of San Jose, CA with 129 plants.
  16. Tan​ya Lam of San Jose, California with 124 plants.
  17. Vi​ckie Seibert of Lancaster, Pennsylvania with 12​1 plants.
  18. St​even Kirincich of Concord, Massachusetts with 11​3 plants.
  19. Ni​cholas Stein of San Lorenzo, CA with 11​3 plants.
  20. Da​vid Anderson of Saint Louis, Missouri with 11​2 plants.