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The Gardens at Post Hill

At The Gardens at Post Hill we propagate and display temperate terrestrial orchids, related woodland plants, and other horticulturally distinctive plants. We are constantly expanding the information on the website and hope that you will visit often.

Please visit our GPH Store by clicking the links at left. You may purchase plants (in season) and Gift Certificates.

Our Fall Cypripedium and Dactylorhiza lists are now active. Please go the Cypripedium Store or the Other Terrestrial Orchid Store to order. We expect to add our Pleione list around the first of the year. Cypripedium, Calanthe and Dactylorhiza will be shipped in October. Pleione will be shipped in February.

As the Fall season nears its end, we have sold out of several varieties of Cypripedium including: Chauncey, Emil, Lucy Pinkepank, Philipp, Renate Pastel, and Victoria.

Make sure to place your orders soon. Our Fall List will close around October 15 to avoid freezing temperatures at delivery.


Some blooms in 2016:


Cypripedium

Cypripedium macranthos forma hotei-atsumorianum. Flowers from 3 of our plants.

Cypripedium hotei-atsumorianum

Cypripedium hotei-atsumorianum

Cypripedium hotei-atsumorianum


Cypripedium Aki, a hybrid that has been available for many years but still one of the nicest.

Cypripedium Aki

Cypripedium Gabriella, opening.

Cypripedium Gabriella

Cypripedium Hank Small.

Cypripedium Hank Small group


Cypripedium Hans Erni. Flowering plants left over from our Spring sale.

Cypripedium Hans Erni

Cypripedium Hans Erni

Cypripedium Hans Erni


Cypripedium Monto, a flowering plant from our Spring Sale. Monto has very large flowers.

Cypripedium Monto


Cypripedium Paul. We have had specimens with yellow flowers. Here is one with the purple of its franchetti parent mixing in. This plant was from our Spring Sale.

Cypripedium Paul

Cypripedium cordigerum x tibeticum. This hybrid was produced by Anthura in the Netherlands and is not registered yet.

Cypripedium cordigerum x tibeticum

Cypripedium Tilman. Tilman has a very large flower.

Cypripedium cordigerum x tibeticum