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South Pacific Orchids, Inc.

South Pacific Orchids, Inc has been known to be one of the leading growers specializing in Phalaenopsis orchids and Asian indoor plants in the Bay Area, CA.

We are known for our consistent quality, and treating our customers fairly. At our facility, we use only top quality sphagnum moss, soil mixes that produce impressive color and consistent quality.


We are expert on flowering orchids plants, bonsai and exotic plants. With 20 yearsexperience of commercially growing orchids, South Pacific Orchids is able to offer a variety of flowering orchids, bonsai, as well as the recently popular Dracaena Sanderiana (Lucky Bamboo) to casual enthusiasts and discriminating collectors.


With more than 400,000 square feet of greenhouse space, we have the state-of-the-art growing and distribution facilities(2)in Gilroy , California. Ideally situated for the optimal growing conditions necessary to produce high quality plants through a network of nurseries in Asia and California, South Pacific Orchids has the ability to offer the most recently developed hybrids and clones in the industry. Let South Pacific Orchids open your eyes to the beauty and mystique of Orchids.


We distribute our products through distributors and retailers throughout the nation. Our products can be purchased in most Asian groceries stores, such as Ranch 99, Marina Food, Lion Food Center and etc. Our showroom at Gilroy is open 6 days a week from 9 am to 5 pm.

Our Vision

We know these beauties certainly delight the routine days in colors or fragrance.


That's why we want to amaze you with diversity, variety, and creativity. We are not only deliver your lovely orchids, but also deliver your enthusiasm and joy for life.

Coming Soon

Helix Phalaenopsis & Wintersweet


Helix Phalaenopsis is almost ready here! A smooth curve with decoration of elegant  phalaenopsis just makes your day even brighter and prettier.


Wintersweet is coming with its sweet fragrance and cute little yellow buds. Available in early January.

South Pacific Orchids


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