Our Collection


The collection of Finca Dracula hosts more than 2,000 orchid species and thousands more hybrids. It is specializes on orchids from Central and South America. This is due to the many trips the founder of the farm did to South America several years ago.

The bulk of the collection are “miniature orchids” which are mostly belong to Pleurothallidinae subtribe of orchids.

Those include the Masdevallia, also known as the jewl orchids, the Restrepia, Dracula, and many more genus, since it is a pretty diverse subtribe with thousands and thousands of species.

Orchid collectors are also fascinated by the Sobralias, which only last one day in bloom. Similarly the Stanhopeas from Panama and Mexico with their rich aromas are a special treat.

Lycastes and Maxillarias of different colors are the favorite of many visitors. We have some very neat hybrids from Japan’s best breeders.

And for those who love colors, there are many beautiful lady slippers (Pahiopedilum and Phragmipedium) which are almost always in bloom.

  • The collection of Finca Dracula hosts more than 2,000 orchid species and thousands more hybrids. It is specializes on orchids from Central and South America. This is due to the many trips the founder of the farm did to South America several years ago.

    The bulk of the collection are “miniature orchids” which are mostly belong to Pleurothallidinae subtribe of orchids.

    Those include the Masdevallia, also known as the jewl orchids, the Restrepia, Dracula, and many more genus, since it is a pretty diverse subtribe with thousands and thousands of species.

    Orchid collectors are also fascinated by the Sobralias, which only last one day in bloom. Similarly the Stanhopeas from Panama and Mexico with their rich aromas are a special treat.

    Lycastes and Maxillarias of different colors are the favorite of many visitors. We have some very neat hybrids from Japan’s best breeders.

    And for those who love colors, there are many beautiful lady slippers (Pahiopedilum and Phragmipedium) which are almost always in bloom.

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    Maxillaria yellow flowers from Finca Dracula Panama

    Masdevallia Sunrise? hybrid yellow with red spots jewel orchid with two flowers from Finca Dracula Panama

    Masdevallia orchid with many fucsia and orange flowers hanging in showrromfrom Finca Dracula Panama

Our Gardens


We have about one hectares of gardens which have been built over the past 30 years and are changing constantly. It includes many beautiful local species of plants and trees which help extend the range of many species of the forest.

The climate also allows us to grow many plants from the temperate climates, which love it and just keep growing, that is why some call this place, the “Eternal Spring”.

The gardens also have a wide variety of orchids growing on the trees as they would on nature, with many of their natural neighbors such as Monsteras, Anthuriums, Columneas, Bromeliads, among other. This gives visitors the opportunity to see what we see up in the mountains in the highest trees but at a very comfortable viewpoint.

Other highlights are the Dracula gardens which are dark and filled with exotic heliconias, anthurium and ferns, also the water gardens with the giant “Poor Man’s Umbrella” plants and calla lilies.

  • We have about one hectares of gardens which have been built over the past 30 years and are changing constantly. It includes many beautiful local species of plants and trees which help extend the range of many species of the forest.

    The climate also allows us to grow many plants from the temperate climates, which love it and just keep growing, that is why some call this place, the “Eternal Spring”.

    The gardens also have a wide variety of orchids growing on the trees as they would on nature, with many of their natural neighbors such as Monsteras, Anthuriums, Columneas, Bromeliads, among other. This gives visitors the opportunity to see what we see up in the mountains in the highest trees but at a very comfortable viewpoint.

    Other highlights are the Dracula gardens which are dark and filled with exotic heliconias, anthurium and ferns, also the water gardens with the giant “Poor Man’s Umbrella” plants and calla lilies.

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    Three green briomeliads with red tip, rock path and melastomatacea bush Bromeliads in garden tropical cloud forest garden from Finca Dracula Panama

    Anthurium seeds from Finca Dracula Panama

Our Team



Finca Dracula is a self managed organization where the team members work together to keep the orchids and visitors as happy and pampered as possible. They are always happy to share what they do with you.

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Rebeca


Looks after the baby orchids in the lab.


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Liriola


Takes care of the miniatures and gardens


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Shelly


Dracula caretaker and barista at the cafe.


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