J&L Orchids has been growing and propagating a wide range of orchids for the past 37 years. Our specialty areas are unusual species, distinctive hybrids, miniatures, Masdevallias, Draculas and other pleurothallidinae, especially ones well-suited to terrariums. Although we sell predominately species, we were influential in starting the revival in masdevallia hybridizing in the early 1980's and continue to sell a variety of these colorful hybrids. A listing of our plants can be found at www.jlorchids.com
We welcome visitors to our greenhouse daily from 11 to 5, and by appointment on Tuesdays and Wednesdays.
Kelley's Korner Orchid Supplies has been an integral supporter of the orchid growing community for greater than 27 years. They have gained the reputation for outstanding service and commitment to customer satisfaction. You’ll find everything you need to grow great orchids including a full line of orchid pots and baskets, labels, humidity trays, fertilizers, T5 fluorescent light fixtures and a large selection of hangers, rhizome clips and many other wire supplies. They sell all types of media for potting or mounting your orchids and also make a variety of specialized potting mixes using the highest quality ingredients available.
Piping Rock Orchids has been propagating and hybridizing orchids for several years. They offer a wonderful selection of Paphiopedilums, Bulbophyllums, and Phragmipediums in addition to miscellaneous species and hybrids. A listing of their plants and ordering information can be found at www.pipingrockorchids.com.
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Marlow Orchids sells a wide variety of Orchids to both seasoned hobbyists as well as to beginners. We specialize in species orchids of all genera but especially: Cattleya, Chinese Cymbidium, Dendrobium, Paphs, Phrags, and Phalaenopsis and Vandaceous species and hybrids. We also offer a good selection of Oncidium Intergeneric hybrids. Our customer service stands above the rest and we are always available to answer your questions by phone and email. Give us call and ask to speak to Jonathan or Jim at 585.889.7083, Monday- Friday 9:00 AM-5:00 PM or email.
Flora Peculia is dedicated to the promotion of Neofinetia falcata and Japanese orchids in Canada and around the world. The goal is to search out, bring for sale and grow species of Japanese orchids, including Neofinetia falcata, Sedirea japonica, Dendrobium moniliforme and Japanese Cymbidium goeringii. We have over 100 varieties, all grown and presented in the traditional Japanese way.
For the beginner reading this, Neofinetia falcata is a culture unto itself in Japan. This one species has over 2300 varieties listed as well as having an entire society devoted to its culture. In a nutshell, the species comes in a variety of forms including flower colour and shape, marginal, stripe and tiger variegation and bean leaf varieties that can be very super-mini. The bean leaf varieties come in fascinating shapes and growth patterns. Fukiran is appreciated for the plant and desirable by many collectors who appreciate the plant itself even if there are no blooms.
The name Fukiran is used by the Japanese for the varieties of Neofinetia falcata and literally means ‘rich noble orchid’. The cultivation has a long history originating in the Edo era of japan (400 years ago) It is my goal to help you to continue the rich tradition of Fukiran growing.. These plants are truly different from any other orchid as each has its own character even within the same variety.
Waldor Orchids has been a family-owned and operated business for four generations. We continue to provide the same quality and old-fashioned service that our customers have grown accustomed to over the years. Waldor is the largest provider of orchids in the tri-state area and specializes in Cattleyas, Cymbidiums along with many other genera. Waldor is both a retail and wholesale grower. You can visit the greenhouses in South Jersey or come see us at one of the many shows we attend.
Waldor Orchids 10 E. Poplar Ave. Linwood, NJ 08221
Open to the Public on Fridays and Saturdays from 9am until 5:30pm
Cym Dorothy Stockstill 'Forgotten Fruit' AM/AOS
Kim Fedderson has been involved with Orchids since 1968, off and on. Following the freeze that killed 90% of my plants in Dec 2017, she still in a rebuilding mode.
Her primary interests are Vandaceous & Cymbidium, she also offers a variety of other hobby grower plants (Cattleya, Sarcochilus, Dendrobium, etc. etc.). With her pendulous Cymbidiums, she won 3 best in show awards in 2018 (SEPOS, NSOS & STOS). She will be bringing multiple plants of Cym Dorothy Stockstill 'Forgotten Fruit' AM/AOS in bud to the CAIOS show (trophy winner in the NSOS show, photo attached). This is a warmth tolerant plant, which is easy to grow into a specimen; mature plants produce up to 4 spikes from each lead.
Established in 1985, the orchidPhile specializes in cutting-edge Phalaenopsis breeding with a focus on the more unique, colorful and often fragrant compact growing waxy novelties and the amazingly floriferous multi-floral miniatures. As a result of our annual trips to Taiwan, we are able to obtain many Phalaenopsis species and hybrids that would otherwise never be available in the US.
In addition to Phalaenopsis, we also carry the miniature varieties of many other genera, including Cattleyas, Dendrobiums and Vandaceous, which grow and flower easily under the same low light and warm temperature conditions as our Phalaenopsis.
Although we don't maintain a retail business location at our nursery in CT, you can readily find us exhibiting and selling at many orchid shows and events in the Northeast. We always send out an informative Pre-Order List (complete with pictures, descriptions and prices) prior to many of our shows so please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org if you’d like to be added to our e-mail list.
Attached is an update to our recently released December List with some new additions along with the removal of a few plants which sold out immediately. Additional new stock will be coming in all winter, so be sure to check our lists as they are released in the next few months.
January 6, 2019: Speaker: Nutmeg State Orchid Society Meeting (Sunday, 1pm)
I’ll be presenting “The Amazing Abundance of Taiwan” featuring some of the newest Phalaenopsis hybrids (and a few other genera) as seen & judged at the March 2018 Taiwan International Orchid Show. I’ll also share how Judging for this show differed remarkably from our traditional AOS judging process at prior Taiwan shows, all in preparation & practice for the fabulous 2020 WOC to be held in Taiwan in March 2020.
January 18-20, 2019: North Jersey Orchid Society Show & Sale
Featuring spectacular displays & a large sales area, it will also feature tours of the Exhibits, plant raffles, and a multitude of additional events. Check their website for updated information as plans are firmed up.
January 26-27, 2019: Cape & Islands Orchid Society Show & Sale
Also featuring bountiful displays & a generous sales area, this show features workshops & formal presentations on every aspect of the world of orchids, from culture to the newest in hybridizing. Keep checking their website as more information becomes available.
If you’d like to Pre-Order plants from our current attached list to be delivered to one of our upcoming shows or events, please let us know at least 5 days in advance so we can pull, tag & set them aside for you ~ quantity on some stock is extremely limited so a Pre-Order assures you won’t be disappointed. Contact us with your Pre-Order via e-mail email@example.com & be sure to note whether it’s for delivery to one of our shows or for Mail Order ! If you’d like to place a Mail Order, our next shipping dates will be when we get a warm winter weather window ~ at that point we’ll notify you of potential shipping dates. Until that time, we will tag & hold your order for you, no deposit or pre-payment needed.
Also, for those of you who enjoy the advantages of special interest groups on Facebook, the International Phalaenopsis Alliance, Inc. page has become an amazing source of hybridizing & culture information for all Phalaenopsis lovers. Please feel free to visit us & learn more at: