We have had hundreds of complimentary comments on the way we pack our orchids for shipping. We rarely have problems with damaged plants and flowers and seldom even experience damaged plants in the winter time. This is expensive but our customers appreciate the care and attention. We recently audited time and materials being spent in packaging plants and this led to the need to increase our packing and handling charges. Please click on the shipping information button to the left, to view these changes. They will become effective February 1, 2005.
Welcome to Parkside Orchid Nursery’s Web Page and Web Store. The Web Page is made up of the elements listed on the buttons on the left. The Web Store is found completely inside the button labeled Online Web Store Shopping.
Parkside Orchid Nursery Inc. is located in historic Bucks county, Pennsylvania and is open to the public Wednesday through Sunday. We offer a great diversity of orchid species and hybrids for sale to the orchid growing public from the greater New York and Philadelphia regions.
Parkside Orchid Nursery is committed to providing the highest quality orchid plants, the support services necessary to assist the “orchidist” in successfully growing and enjoying their plants, and ongoing educational programs to enhance understanding and knowledge about orchids, their culture and conservation.
Parkside Orchids is managed by Tom Purviance and John Salventi. Both have been seriously involved in the orchid industry for more than twelve years and are prepared to offer you the service and support you need as you pursue your orchid hobby.
While you’re visiting Parkside and in the area make sure you allow enough time to visit Linden Hill Gardens, approximately one mile south of us on Route 611. During Event weekends, the gardens are open to visitors and they present rare and unusual perennials suited to all tastes and pleasures. The barn is artfully surrounded with featured plants – all available for purchase. Visit their web page by clicking above.
OK its time for new puppy pictures. Flash (the Golden Retriever puppy of the Grandchildren) spent the week with us while his family was on vacation. It takes only a day or two before he is into the routine. He and Ares have become buddies. Titan tolerates him and Nike can’t wait till he goes home. I found a picture of Ares when he was about Flash’s age and you can’t tell them apart.