The company offers larger, more mature orchids than are generally available elsewhere, enabling its customers to achieve more rapid turn-over of their costly bench and greenhouse space.
The breeding stock used by Orchidom’s hybridizers, from which the orchids presently offered for sale are descended, is the product of decades of collecting, selecting and breeding by the company’s principal hybridizers. These breeding collections feature many plants that are the product of generations of breeding effort and are on the cutting edge of orchid breeding today, especially the company’s Phalaenopsis, its compact-growing Dendrobiums, its smaller-growing Oncidiums, and its Midi-Cattleyas. The company’s principal hybridizers are active participants in the American Orchid Society’s Orchid Judging Program, and plants from their breeding collections have been recognized by the American Orchid Society with more than 300 flower quality and cultural awards.
In addition to standard whites and pinks, Phal production includes multi-florals and all of the most popular colors.
Dendrobium production emphasizes compact-growing, multiple-spike plants with full flowers based on Den-Phal breeding.
Cattleya production emphasizes Mini- and Midi-Catts, while its breeding of Standard Catts strives for compact growth habit.
The focus of the company’s Oncidium production is on Equitants, Equitant crosses and other small-growing Oncidiums.
The the company’s Vanda breeding focuses on the production of free-blooming, compact plants that bloom more than once per year.