Orchid Information

  • Directory of orchid articles
  • Database of orchid websites
  • Videos and more
  • Catalogue of orchid books

Images and Art

Our ever growing image bank of orchid blooms and travel photos from our adventures. All availalble for download or enlargements.

Growing Supplies

Ravenision offers Canadian growers a great selection of growing media a specialized mixes for your plants.


Pots, Mix, Sphagnum and more! Checkout our line of Growing Products.



Botanical Photography - Image Bank

Internationally recognized orchid photographers Jay Norris and Robin Mclaughlin present an ever growing bank of images of the finest plants in North America. This database is rapidly becoming on of the largest orchid image resources on the net. Catalogued are photos of blooms from all the major genera such as: Bulbophyllum, Cattleya, Cirrhopetalum, Cymbidium, Dendrobium, Doritaenopsis, Epidendrum, Lycaste, Masdevallia, Oncidium, Paphiopedilum, Phalaenopsis, Phragmipedium, Rhynchostylis, Vanda, Zygopetalum, and Restrepia. Plus many many more. Photos are Available in a variety of matted enlargements as well as greeting cards and even fridge magnets. Licenses for digital downloads are also available.

Image Bank of Orchid Photography


In partnership with Amazon, we are offering a selection of orchid books. This is a great way to build your orchid library.


Jay Norris, co-founder of Ravenvision, has once again had his work featured on the cover of the Orchids magazine (formerly known as the AOS Bulletin). This is the official publication of the American Orchid Society. In addition to the cover, the July 2010 issue features an 8 page spread by Jay on the newest AOS Trustee Mario Ferusi. Photographs of Mario in his greenhouse and several of his awarding wining plants (more of which are in our image bank) illustrate the article penned by Jay.


The Orchid Challenge

NEW: Think you know about orchids? Take the Orchid Challenge. Try to identify 20 images from our image bank. This is a great opportinity to test your knowledge of orchids. If you are part of the AOS student judging program you should certainly give this a try. Its a great way to learn to identify the major genera and speices.

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