A group featuring over 19,000 images of the 50 to 60 orchid species that grow in the British Isles.
Orchid species and hybrid images. Monroe Kokin. Venice, Florida, United States.
Database references for over 300,000 images found in orchid books, grower catalogues, and periodicals. Bob Betts/London Orchid Society. London, Ontario, Canada.
Images, including 3-D images, of orchids with an emphasis on Dendrobiums. Chong-Yee Khoo. United Kingdom.
Orchid images of many genera, sorted and displayed in alphabetical order. Rogier van Vugt. Soest, Utrecht, Netherlands.
Orchid hobbyists and photographers are invited to submit their orchid images for possible use in American Orchid Society publications.
Featuring orchid species images with lectures also offered. Ron Parsons. Daly City, California, United States.
Over 84,000 orchid species images are available for viewing in this group.
An orchid images collection with cultural information inspiring beauty. A'na and Paul Sa'tara. San Francisco Bay area, California, United States.
Tropical orchid images with special sections on Dendrobiums and Paphiopedilums. France.
Images and descriptions of native terrestrial orchids, and the habitats they live in. Greece.
Thomas Ditlevsen combines two of his favourite hobbies, orchid growing and photography. Sweden.
Photographer with over 9,500 images of around 4,700 orchid species on his site. Gary Yong Gee. Carina (Brisbane suburb), Queensland, Australia.
Sharing their home orchid growing hobby with articles, images, and videos. Red Hill, Queensland, Australia.
A website featuring images of terrestrial tropical orchids. Pieter C. Brouwer. Netherlands.
Group created to display unidentified species images with the hope that others in the orchid community can help.
Costa Rican nature images include orchids with some new species. Daniel Mclaren. Cartago, Costa Rica.
Images of orchids, vivarium construction, cats (the four-legged variety), and more. Karma Forester. New Zealand.
Blog focusing on the genus Stanhopea with images of many species. Sydney, New South Wales, Australia.
Orchid information including descriptions, culture, and images. Aleš Dvořák. Czech Republic.
Collection of orchid images covering several genera. Luiz Filipe Varella. Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil.
Images of many of the orchids that can be found around Europe. Pieter C. Brouwer. Netherlands.
Images of wild orchids observed in Languedoc-Roussillon. Occitanie, France.
Featuring an image gallery of orchid images and a discussion forum. Multiple contributors. Poland.
Images of Paphiopedilums, Phragmipediums, Selenipediums, Mexipediums, and Cypripediums.
Orchid images and free downloadable orchid management software. Ricci Zepmeusel. Chiang Mai, Thailand.
Collection of images primarily of the orchid genus Phalaenopsis. France.
An image gallery of the native orchids occurring in Hungary. Csábi Miklós. Hungary.
Images of terrestrial orchids, from anywhere on the planet, are welcome in this group.
Featuring images of multiple orchid genera occurring in Europe. Nicolas Helitas. Montier-en-Der, Grand Est, France.
Group where people are invited to upload their images of orchid species from Colombia.
Devoted to the orchids of Europe, with an emphasis on photography. Pierre Delforge. Rhode-Saint-Genèse, Flanders, Belgium.
Group whose members have an interest in photographing miniature orchids.
Featuring images of wild orchids found in the region. South Australia, Australia.
A site primarily featuring images of orchid species and hybrids. Koichi Fujino (SyuTyuSen). Tokyo, Japan.
A non-profit organization creating an online visual database of orchid species and hybrids. Maryland, United States.
Orchid images with some species found in Arizona. Prescott, Arizona, United States.
If you know what orchid is in your photo, you are welcome to post it in this group.
Images of orchids found in Madagascar, Comoro Islands, Reunion, Mauritius, and Zanzibar.
Images of orchids with an emphasis on Japanese, miniature, and orchid events. Peter T. Lin. California, United States.
Images of orchids native to France and other Western European countries. Thierry Arbault. Hauts-de-France, France.
Information about the orchid species occurring on the island of Sumatra. Tun Jang. Rokan Hulu Regency, Riau, Indonesia.
Showcasing, through images and descriptions, the beauty and diversity of European orchids. Ivar Edvinsen. Sweden.
Images of orchids belonging to the Laeliinae alliance, both hybrids and species.
Group created for images of Laelia purpurata (syn. Cattleya purpurata, Brasilaelia purpurata).
Orchid images from the Mount Cannibal Reserve. David L Piko. Victoria, Australia.
All good images of orchid species and hybrids are welcome in this Flickr group.
Images and other information about imported and native orchids. Gianni Ferretti. Rome, Italy.
Orchid images from an assortment of genera. Toshiyuki Tanaka. Aichi Prefecture, Japan.
Australian native orchid images, both terrestrial and epiphyte, are welcome in this group.
Cymbidium image gallery and information source created by an orchid enthusiast. Ha Bui. United States.
Images of native terrestrial orchids from several genera. Pascal Pernot and E. Delannoy. Western and South Australia.
Images, arranged into genera, of many of the native orchids found in Australia's southwest region. Western Australia, Australia.
Images of European wild flowers, including many orchids. Gwen and Phil Phillips. United Kingdom.
Images of wild orchids in Papua New Guinea. Nicole and Robert Westerveld. Papua New Guinea.
Group devoted to images of Phalaenopsis species, primary hybrids, and near-primary hybrids.
More than 4700 images of orchid species and hybrids. Springe, Lower Saxony, Germany.
Images of Asian orchid species, with many of them photographed in the wild. Pengkalan Hulu, Hulu Perak, Malaysia.
Native orchid images with common and scientific names. Noel Hoffman. Western Australia, Australia.
Collection of orchid images taken in France and other countries. Philippe Burnel. Normandie, France.
International group who share their interest, images, and videos of orchids.
Bulbophyllum image archive and comments. Rudolf Hromniak and Anton Sieder. Vienna, Austria.