Firstly, let us wish you all a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year. The team at Red Fox Orchids hope you all have a wonderful break and get the chance to see family and friends now the borders are open. Being Covid safe of course. It has been a big year for us here at the […]
Today was a big day for us at Red Fox Orchids, we took ownership of our new nursery site in Caboolture. This will allow us to continue to grow and stock a larger variety of orchids for our beloved customers and friends. We have a 2000 square metre greenhouse there already and have the boys […]
A while back Jennifer did a survey of people to see what size orchids they like to buy, interestingly it was close to a 50/50 split between large flowering plants and seedlings in a 50mm tube. Well we took this onboard and have just started to release our 50mm Cattleya’s. Most are mericlones, but for […]
Due to the public holidays during the Easter week (Easter Monday and Anzac Day), we will not be posting out any orders on Monday the 22nd of April, we will hold all orders over and post these out on Monday the 29th of April. Feel free to continue to put orders in and we will […]
Autumn is here and with the change in the seasons the Dendrobiums are flowering. We currently have mature Dendrobiums in flower for sale, so drop by and check them out. We will be continuing to add more over the coming weeks.
With the approaching warmer weather we have recieved a shipment of orchid flasks for our nursery. There is a large variet and we have some excess flasks that we do not require. Therefore we have put these flasks up for sale on the site, these are great quality flasks with 35+ seedlings in each flask. […]
Autumn has arrived on the Sunshine Coast and with it comes a mass of autumn flowering Oncidiums at Red Fox Orchids. These beautiful plants are currently shooting spikes like crazy and are available to ship today. They make a great addition to any collection or an excellent gift for someone as they will stay in […]
It’s been great to see a small break in the rain here on the Sunshine Coast, this has allowed the concretors to get in over the last few days and as you can see Red Fox Orchids has new paths.