I finally made the time to take a few photos. Unfortunately the Hoyas were mostly either just finishing flowering or in bud. Hoya kanykumariana has been blooming all winter, so had Hoya buotii and praetorii.
This is Hoya sp 25 from Thailand. This Hoya's flowers are very hard to photograph. The blooms were dropping like flies as I tried to photograph them. This is a great grower and it develops many long (4") thin peduncles.
There have been lots of orchids in flower so I thought I would share the ones I photographed today.
Bulbophyllum falcatum from Africa, with it's strange pea pod shaped flower rachis lined with little flowers that rock back and forth to trap pollinators.
Bulbophyllum elassonotum is from Vietnam. It has wonderful flower spikes that look like crooked orange fingers.
More to come as they begin to bloom. Please feel free to add your flower photos as well.