The Orchid Review

The world’s senior orchid publication, The Orchid Review is dedicated to the celebration and deeper understanding of orchids, backed by RHS expertise in growing, showing and studying these special plants

Annual yearbook 2024

Get advice on the art of growing orchids in terraria and admire the collections of the Mathers Foundation and the resurgent Liverpool Botanic Garden. See the RHS Orchid Registrars’ reports on recent orchid breeding and be inspired by the review of the RHS Orchid Awards. Enjoy the glamour of international shows, go orchid trekking in Indonesian New Guinea and the Swiss Lakes, and look back at the early Colombian–European orchid trade.

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Features from the yearbook

Each eclectic yearbook features articles by world-renowned experts, ranging from cultivation advice and plant profiles to historical investigation and orchid exploration, with all the latest orchid introductions, a round-up of RHS orchid awards and the best from international orchid shows.

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Highlights from the back issues

Explore the world of orchids with a look back at cultivation advice, scientific findings, orchid exploration, in-depth plant profiles, news, shows and awards celebrating the world’s most alluring flowers.

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