Orchids deserve to be shown off. I think most would agree they are rather notably impressive plants that really deliver on gorgeousness. I challenge all gardeners to take the opportunity to get them out of pots and green houses and into the spaces where they would occur naturally. It’s obviously best to grow the species the are native/indigenous to your area. There are thousands of species all over the planet, even in the northern hemisphere. They might not be as showy as the ones you can buy in the supermarket but the are still really pretty and can add a very special point of interest in your garden.
I am really fortunate to have a huge clump that was growing in a Bridelia micrantha.
I’ve cut off some chunks and this is what I’ve done to replicate it’s natural habitat: