Orchids are one of the largest of plant families. As such, it should come to no surprise that within there are many genera - each offering a vast array or types, shapes, colors, traits, and cultural requirements.
Since not all are created equal, be sure to explore the specific needs of each before deciding.
Here are a few links to culture sheets specific to some types:
Cool - Int - Warm Only 6" tall, fairly adaptable, from Costa Rica
Cool - Int - WarmCold-hardy US native bog orchid. Easy in full sun and damp-wet peaty
Int - WarmA very nice form of this Brazilian species
Cool - Int - WarmA great form of this Peruvian species
CoolTiny, rather challenging to grow, Cool & humid preferring, miniature species
Cool5 (Or More) near blooming size bare-root plants, from com-pots
Int - CoolLike its predecessors, this remake is easier to grow than D. cuthbertsonii itself
Int - CoolThis are divisions of a vibrant, AWARDED selection.
IntEasier-to-grow D. cuthbertsonii hybrid with LARGE blooms
Int - CoolStunning novelty hybrid - prefers humidity
Int - WarmTerrific, near-miniature and easy growing species but with showy flowers
Int - WarmFall blooming form of this showy and reliable species