If you have a thing for small and unusual plants, you're likely to fall in love with Pleurothallis Orchids
The Phragmipedium Orchid is a water-loving species that can grow to huge proportions with the right growing conditions.
The Phaius Orchid is a beautiful and slow-growing orchid that can grow to huge levels with the proper conditions.
Coryanthes is an odd-shaped orchid that traps unsuspecting bees into its aromatic bucket. This is a great orchid to grow if you like unique plants.
Coelogyne are a varied, beautiful, low-maintenance orchid that thrives in cooler weather conditions.
Do you fancy taking care of a carnivorous plant? The Bulbophyllum has somewhat of a stink but it is loved by many orchid growers.
Cycnoches are orchids with very dramatic blooms. Not only that, you'll have fun guessing whether you have a male or a female plant.
Bletillas are an excellent hardy orchid with bright, showy flowers that are perfect for beginner gardeners.
Cypripediums are a hardy breed of slipper orchid that do very well in cooler conditions with minimal maintenance.
Barkeria are a beautiful orchid genus that displays big clouds of flowers, leaves, and stems during the blooming season.
The Ascocentrum Orchid produces an ethereal look, and it is a beautiful way to bring the tropics home.
The Anguloas Orchid is a beautiful orchid species that requires tropical conditions to thrive. See how it resembles a Tulip plant.
Ludisias are beautiful orchids that defy most orchid stereotypes, and it's relatively easy to care for.
These beautiful Laelia orchids are very easy to cross with other orchids, and they're excellent for beginners because they are very hardy and sturdy.
Haraella retrocalla is a miniature orchid that is excellent for beginning growers because of its forgiving nature. It is tiny yet easy to grow.
Gongora orchids are beautiful hanging orchids that produce a very fragrant flower that fills up the room. Their blooms resemble graceful dragons.
Dracula Orchids are sought after by hobbyists for their unique looks. If you have a taste for the unusual, check these out.
While other orchids need to stay away from too much water or else get soggy and die, the Disa Orchid is a fiend for water.