Contrary to belief, various orchid flowers do indeed possess an aroma. The fragrance of orchids can vary greatly depending on the species, ranging from sweet and floral to spicy and musky. Some orchids have a light and delicate scent, while others have a more intense aroma.
Orchids, like other flowers, produce their fragrance as a way to attract pollinators, such as bees, moths, and butterflies. The fragrance of the orchid can serve as a signal to pollinators that nectar is available, which can increase the chances of successful pollination.
Not all orchids have a fragrance, and the fragrance intensity can also vary greatly depending on the conditions under which the orchid is grown, such as temperature, humidity, and light. Additionally, the fragrance of an orchid can change as it ages, leading to differences in the aroma profile over time.
Thanks to the creativity and art of perfumery, many eye-catching yet odourless orchids can be brought to ‘Olfactive light’ using the power of imagination and via the process known as fantasy development.