Published monthly by the The American Orchid Society, Inc.
Published since 1932, Orchids magazine (formerly known as the AOS Bulletin) is just one of the many benefits that membership to the AOS gives you. Each monthly issue is packed with topics of current interest for both beginners and advanced orchid growers. In full color with spectacular pictures, the magazine also features dozens of pages each month of advertisements that link readers with sources of orchid plants and growing supplies.
Orchids Australia is the official publication of the Australian Orchid Council Inc. and is published six times per year (February, April, June, August, October and December). The magazine is 92 pages and mainly full colour, which makes it a unique periodical in the orchid world, and features articles by specialist Australian and overseas orchid growers. Content includes topics on species, culture, disease and pests, adventure and, more recently, pictorial essays on specific genera, and is primarily directed to the general orchid growing public.
Oasis – The Journal is a new Australian based, quarterly international orchid publication. It is dedicated to the conservation, culture, identification, and landscape use of exotic and native orchid species and natural hybrids from around the globe. The journal is further enhanced, by colour photography.
The Australasian Native Orchid Society is dedicated to the cultivation, conservation and scientific study of native orchids in the Australasian region. The Orchadian is the highly respected orchid journal that promotes interest in the orchids of Australasia.
The New Zealand Native Orchid Group is made of members throughout New Zealand and abroad who are united in the common purpose of their strong interest in the Native Orchids of New Zealand.
The Orchid Research Newsletter is published twice per year and is available for download.
As the official voice of The Cymbidium Society of America Inc., the CSA Journal is published bimonthly, with an international range of coverage. While Cymbidiums and Paphiopedilums are the main genera featured, articles are included on other cool-growing genera that grow under cymbidium-type conditions. Each issue contains something of interest for everyone, from the newest beginner to the most advanced grower.
The McAllen International Orchid Society (MIOS) Journal is a monthly print publication devoted to the study of orchids. It includes articles that are scientific, horticultural, historic, and popular in nature. The unifying theme is orchids.
Published every other month by the Royal Horticultural Society The Orchid Review is the oldest and most influential orchid magazine in the world and essential reading for anyone with a passion for orchids. It is more than 100 years old and, in 1993, it became the orchid journal of the Royal Horticultural Society.
The IPA was formed in 1990 to promote the appreciation, cultivation and conservation of Phalaenopsis orchids.
The Slipper Orchid Alliance is an international organization dedicated to the slipper group of orchids (those with a pouch rather than a lip), including Cypripedium, Mexipedium, Paphiopedilum, Phragmipedium, and Selenipedium.
It publishes a quarterly newsletter.
The South African Orchid Council Newsletter is available on the website.
he Vereinigung Deutscher Orchideenfreunde VDOF e.V., an Association of German Orchid Lovers, sees itself as a holding organization of the attached orchid organizations.