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Check out our comprehensive list of the different types of orchids. The photos and descriptions are sure to be useful and we’ve linked to our orchid care sheets if you want to read more about each beautiful plant.
Selenipedium orchids are extremely rare. They’re difficult but very rewarding to cultivate and maintain. Gardening level: Expert.
The Mexipedium is a small, creeping orchid that does very well in warm, humid environments with bright, early light.
Paphiopedilums are hardy and easy to grow orchids that do very well indoors or in greenhouses as well as outside.
Neofinetia orchids are prized in Japan, and they're widely considered to be the perfect orchid specimen from their flower to their roots.
Lycaste orchids are prized for their very bright, showy flowers and their relatively easy cultivation needs.
Cochleanthes are a very good orchid to have in your orchid collection together with Phaleonopsis orchids.