Orchids make spectacular garden features. Their flowers are totally extraordinary and their variety fantastical.

Orchids are easier to grow than you think and come with easy to follow instructions and tips on how best to grow them.

Supa Giant Cymbidium Orchids

A great choice for beginners. Simple orchids with the right know how, Cymbidiums impress with blooms that last up to 12 weeks. The upright flower stems are packed with pretty petals through the cool months.

Other Orchids

Orchids have such wonderful variety. This lot are all fabulously fragrant and put on an impressive show. Each comes with detailed, easy to follow growing instructions.

Oncidium Orchids

Vanda Orchids

Brilliantly coloured and long lasting. Vanda Orchieds need warm temperatures, good air flow, bright light and some humidity for best success. Once settled in you can enjoy plenty of flowers. Intermediate growers.

Upright Cymbidium Orchids

Upright Cymbidium Orchids are cool growing orchids. These varieties are specially selected because of their strong growth and flowering prowess. They have such good vigour, they will make beginners look like experts!

Cascading Cymbidium Orchids

Despite their delicate appearance, Cymbidiums are actually quite easy. They may take a season to settle in but will flower reliably for years to come.

Cascading Orchids bloom from 4 to 12 weeks on the plant and 2 to 4 weeks if cut for the vase. That is amazing value!

Cattleya Orchids

Cattleyas are remarkable orchids that seem to compete with each other to be the most glamorous! They thrive in filtered light in climates with a distinction between winter and summer.

Dendrobium

Dendrobium Orchids are tolerant of a wide range of temperatures. You can put them in pots and hanging baskets or affix them to bark, or the crevices or rocks and trees.

Over the last 20 years Aussie native Dendrobiums have been selectively hybridised to create many new and amazing hybrids with large or better coloured flowers, improved shape and vigour. The plants supplied will be divisions of a selected collection of these hybrids.