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Summer Hiatus: Our store in Volcano will be CLOSED to visitors from June 1-September 4, 2023.

Fulfillment of online orders & customer service will function as usual. 

This break from being open to the public will allow us to focus on greenhouse operations & maintenance. 

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Cattleya - 'Volcano Queen'

Cattleyas are our specialty. We've created many originals over the years. Only a few become our Volcano Queens.

Potted Anthuriums

Our tropical weather invites these continuous blooming varieties to thrive all year long in color.

The Orchid Isle

On the slopes of Mauna Loa is where we are located. Come and visit our orchid nursery on Wednesdays & Fridays!

Help for Beginners

We love sharing our knowledge. Care sheets are included with every order. Read our blog or watch us on YouTube.

Orchid Blog

Types of Orchids: What Are Species Orchids & Why Are They Special?

Posted by Kamaile on May 9th 2023

When you enter the world of orchid growing, you’ll certainly hear the word “species”.Species (noun) 1. “The fundamental category of taxonomic classification, ra…
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Sooty Mold on Orchids

Posted by Kamaile on Mar 21st 2023

Sooty mold is a collective term for different Ascomycete fungi that affects various plants including orchids. By itself, this black, soot-like coating on leaves…
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Orchid Growing: A Spike or A Root?

Posted by Kamaile on Feb 20th 2023

Just imagine, months have passed since you've enjoyed the flowers from your first orchid and you begin to see new growths. That burst of joy and excitement tend…
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Why are my Cattleya pseudobulbs turning brown?

Posted by Kamaile & Corinne on Jan 4th 2023

Discoloration on any part of our orchids can be concerning, especially when it is seen on the plant structure of our Cattleyas!  But before we jump…
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