1. Dracula or Monkey Orchid (Dracula Simia)
The most interesting of all orchids is the Dracula, which is also called the monkey orchid, because of the structure of the flower, which has the shape of a monkey's face.
And these are completely unpretentious orchids that constantly bloom and delight the human eye with the beauty of petals and inflorescences all year round.
3. Orchis Italian or "Orchid-naked-man"
Amazing orchid that resembles the body of a naked man.
4. "Hot Lips"
And this orchid speaks for itself, and grows in the form of a low-growing shrub.
5. Orchid "Flying Duck" (Caleana Major)
Australian Orchid, which looks like a flying duck.
6. Happy alien (Calceolaria Uniflora)
And this orchid grows in the mountains.
7. Orchid Angel (Habenaria Grandifloriformis)
Very beautiful orchid resembling an angel ...
8. Orchid Pigeon (High Peristerity)
Unusual orchid, reminiscent of a snow-white dove.
9. Ballerina Orchid
An orchid that resembles a dancing ballerina.
10. White Heron Orchid
And this orchid looks like a heron hovering in the sky.
11. Dancing girls (Impatiens Bequaertii)
And these are dancing girls, a rather rare orchid, which most often can be seen only from collectors.
12. "Parrot Flower"
"Flower-parrot," speaks for itself.
13. Orchid-Laughing Bumblebee (Ophrys Bombyliflora)
And this orchid is like a laughing bumblebee.
14. "Girdled Babies" (Anguloa Uniflora)
And this orchid is like swaddled babies.