Small – the Next BIG Thing

March 8, 2021 Anthura

We are witnessing a worldwide shift from larger to smaller pot sizes. After strong growth in the 9 cm pot segment in recent years, the pot sizes of 6 cm and 7 cm are now also gaining popularity. This also applies to Orchids and Anthuriums.

Westerlay Orchids Prepares for Continued 2021 Expansion, Naming 20-Year Industry Leader Scott Zoch as Chief Operations Officer

December 16, 2020 Westerlay Orchids

Carpinteria-based Westerlay Orchids continues its rapid expansion, preparing for an even more successful 2021 with the addition of Chief Operations Officer Scott Zoch.

Post-Pandemic Era – The 23rd World Orchid Conference is postponed to 2021 in Taichung City

December 7, 2020 World Orchid Conference

In response to the global outbreak of COVID-19, the Council of Agriculture, the Taichung City Government and its Agriculture Bureau, together with the Taiwan Orchid Growers Association jointly announced on February 28 that the 23rd World Orchid Conference, which was originally scheduled from March 9 to 19, 2020, be postponed to April 24 to May 3, 2021.

Orchids are Experiencing a Resurgence in Popularity

Large growers and many others like them thrived during the 1940s. The unbridled demand for cut orchids did not last, however, and it is rare to see anyone wearing a cattleya today. To keep their business, nurseries had to change their product lines. Now the plants are popular again.

Westerlay Orchids Modernizes their Logistics to Support the Growing Demand of Ecommerce

November 4, 2020 Westerlay Orchids

The premium cultivator of Orchids in the Western US meets the demand of the expanding & changing national floral market, aiding in covid relief through their direct to consumer & business deliveries.