Gallery of all orchids
A cattleya hybrid with a Brassavola influence, Brassocattleya Morning Glory comes with creamy white flowers with pink streaked 'trumpets'.
This remarkable Dendrobium sulawesiense carries deep magenta flowers and stands impressively at 1.7m tall.
As stinky as a dead rat, Bulbophyllum phalaenopsis is huge, unusual and amazing.
The largest in the Aerides genus, Aerides lawrenciae is a robust species with fragrant, waxy flowers on drooping racemes.
The 'alien orchid' makes a spectacular landing at the Perak Orchid Society's show.
My dubious looking Dendrobium stratiotes was bought as a Den Norman 'Pam'. Which are you?
An awesome Cymbidium finlaysonianum specimen grows right under our noses on a tree in the heart of the city.
This plant recovered from near-death and rewards me with four beautiful, fragrant blooms.
Two cattleya-type hybrids made up for their dubious labels with soft colours and wonderful tones.
With intricate markings that resemble hieroglyphs, there's probably not a better name to describe this beautiful species.
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