Florida’s ghost orchid is well known among plant lovers, but it’s just one of the state’s ninety-nine native orchid species. Although less eye-catching than commercially grown tropical orchids, some native orchids can provide an interesting element to your garden.
The Florida butterfly orchid is the showiest of the natives, producing small but pretty flowers. The night-scented epidendrum is grown for its fragrant flowers.
Source: UF|IFAS Gardening Solutions