A terrestrial orchid native to western and southern Europe, Jersey orchid has a loose spike of red-purple to violet flowers.
Ophrys speculum is a Mediterranean orchid that is pollinated exclusively by a single species of wasp.
A vigorous terrestrial orchid with bright orange and yellow flowers, Epidendrum radicans is grown as an ornamental and for cut flowers.
Ornithochilus cacharensis is a Critically Endangered orchid, which was recently discovered in Cachar, Assam (India).
Northern marsh orchid is a European species with vivid purple-violet flowers.
The striking flowers of the bee orchid resemble a bee, resting on a pink flower.
The spectacular and heavily scented tiger-spotted stanhopea has, as the name suggests, large flowers marked with distinctive purplish-brown streaks and stripes on a yellowish background.
An orchid endangered in the UK, the burnt-tip orchid gets its common name from the burnt appearance of its flowers when in bud.
The moth orchid was one of the first orchids to be described from the Far East and its hybrids are now popular as houseplants.
The large-flowered Cymbidium hookerianum was named in honour of Sir Joseph Hooker, the second Director of the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew.