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Brassias are amazingly fragrant orchids that bizarrely resemble spiders. Find out why they mimic arachnics and why Darwin's survival of the fittest comes to mind.
If you are partial to citrus scents, you'll love Brassavolas. These plants releases a fragrant citrusy scent but with a twist.
Zygopetalum orchids are very fragrant in nature, and can fill an entire room with their sweet scent.
Did you know that vanilla actually comes from a Vanilla Orchid? Learn everything you need to know about growing Vanillas here in this article.
Vanda orchids are not for beginners and even veteran growers may have a hard time with them. Still, they produce one of the most beautiful flowers.
The Phaleonopsis orchid, or Moth Orchid, is a great starter plant for people who want to get started on caring for orchids.
If you've ever heard of the delicious chocolate-scented Sharry Baby, then you'll want to read about Oncidiums.
An Odontoglossum orchid is a beautiful plant that grows very well in cool climes. Discover if you can take care of an odontoglossum in your home.
Miltoniopsis are often mistaken for miltonias. In this article, we talk about orchid care of the miltoniopsis and how exactly to tell them apart from miltonias.
Don't mistake Miltonias for Miltoniopsis orchids. Read all about miltonias and why they're a favorite of collectors around the world.