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Many interesting topics are covered in blog posts dedicated to the horticulture and enjoyment of the orchid genus Stanhopea.  Robert Lauri.  California, USA.

Stanhopea Culture

Searchable information on Phragmipedium, Phalaenopsis, Cattleya, and Vanda hybrids, including parentage graphs.  Blog featuring photos, videos, and growing notes.  Canada.

orchideya

A photo journal about growing orchids.  Plant descriptions, care, and photo gallery.  New York, New York, USA.

Maria's Orchids

Learning the art of cultivating and appreciating Japanese orchids. Alexander Vasiljev.  Sarasota, Florida, USA.

High Fuukiran

 Photographs of orchidarium grown orchids with detailed species information.  Lynden, Washington, USA.

Orchids in Bloom

Blog covering an interesting mix of orchid topics with a focus on Pleurothallid Alliance culture.   Karma Forester.  Gothenburg, Sweden.

Orchid Karma

A photographic record of the beautiful, and often rare, native orchids that can be found in the area.  Lynden, Washington, USA.

Native Orchids of the Pacific NW and Canadian Rockies

Blog by Becky Brinkman from the Fuqua Orchid Center at the Atlanta Botanical Garden.  Frequently updated and covering a range of orchid topics from information about specific species to culture to photography.  Atlanta, Georgia, USA.

Orchid Column

The orchids of South Australia are featured including art, videos, photos, articles, and identification guide information.  Multiple contributors.  South Australia, Australia.

OrchidNotes

Home orchid grower blog covering a range of topics.  Sydney, New South Wales, Australia.

My Orchids Journal

Blog posts (including many photos) about the genus Stanhopea, by a serious Stanhopea enthusiast in Sydney, Australia.

Essence of Stanhopea

A blog for orchid fans, with news and features about orchids, past and present.  Pamela Kelt.  United Kingdom.

Orchidmania

The hunt to photograph Florida's native orchids and incidental related things.  Prem Subrahmanyam.  Altamonte Springs, Florida, USA.

Florida Native Orchid Blog

Hundreds of students are involved in innovative approaches to orchid conservation through enterprise and global cooperation.  The school has a micro-propagation laboratory and one of the UK's most extensive orchid collections in its greenhouse where the students grow many species from seed.  Writhlington, Radstock, United Kingdom.

Writhlington Orchid Project

Blog featuring photos and descriptions of orchid species and hybrids.  Arne Schon and Khairul Bariah.  Baltimore, Maryland, USA.

Arne's Orchid Corner

Content includes photographs of orchid species and hybrids, recommended orchid sites, recommended orchid books, tips for orchid care under Greek climate conditions.  Greece.

Orchid Growing in Greece

A look at orchids, through blog posts, from a scientific perspective.  Alberto Martínez .  Seville, Spain.

Orquimaniaco

Feeding your orchid-growing habit. This site is for indoor growers specializing in compact, fragrant orchids and for people interested in native orchids, orchid history, and orchid couture.  Erica Hannickel.  Wisconsin, USA.

Orchid Muse

Blog about growing orchids on the 10th floor of an apartment building.  Orchid articles, photos, videos, news, and interviews.  Sergio Oyama Jr.. São Paulo, Brazil.

Orquídeas no Apê

Blog about growing tropical orchids in southern Europe. Antonio I. Ramos. Rivas-Vaciamadrid, Spain.

Orquídeas por Antonio

Observations and images about how to bring miniature orchids into flower.  Cadillac, Michigan, USA.

Orchids by Ross

A blog about orchids and cats.  And sometimes frogs.  Brian Donovan.  Lawrence, Kansas, USA.

Cats and Catts

Growing orchids from backbulbs as an inexpensive way to increase your orchid collection.  Site features includes a blog and culture notes for many genera with photos.  Richard Lindberg.  Napa, California, USA.

Backbulbs

Blog features information, including photos, of orchids native to the Cantabrian Mountains.  Marius van Heiningen. Spain.

Wild Nature of the Cantabrian Mountains