Jumellea, is a genus of orchids predominantly found in Madagascar, Comoros Islands, Mascarene Islands and East Africa. Named after the botanist Dr. Henri Jumelle.

The genus is represented by up to 60 species. The mostly epiphytic but also lithophytic plants, have small to medium in size erect stems that are relative short and look like Vandas. The leaves are fleshy and strong and the inflorescence bears a single fragrant, mostly white flower up to 5 cm in diameter. The flower color turns yellowish with age. The plants grow best on a slab. If potted they require a well-drained medium.

Jumellea orchids are very close related to Angraecum orchids and it requires very similar conditions in order to grow and flower.