A very efficient use of kitchen space! Who needs spatulas, ladles, etc? :-)
Who is in the kitchen garden photo? There's one Hoya and at least 5 orchids that I have lost the names ...... Otherwise here is who is photographed and identified ....
Aerangis citrata (x 2 plants)
Dichaea sp. (Ecuador)
Coelogyne cristata grandiflora
Micro-mini Pleuro ~ ID as Pleuro. alata
Lepanthes pilosella pendant (x 2 plants)
Lepanthes calodictyon (x 2 plants)
Tolumnia 'Red Berry'
Tol. 'Genting Pink Lady'
Ceratostylis sp. pendant (Laos)
Bllra. Hawaiian Glacier 'Queen Anne'
Pleorothallis ornata (schiedei)
Epiphronitis veitchii variegata
Sarcoglottis sceptrodes variegated
There's more on the window sill! YIKES!
Then there's the bigger schtuff like Phals. and Epidend. that hang out in the living room ..... :-)
I'll try to photograph their migration inside.
Looks like a monkey might come swinging through any minute.
I see you have a lot of yours on flat boards. I have found a gold mine of such...a man at the end of our street turns old cedar fence boards into rough cabinets, shelves, and crafts of all kinds, so I have an endless supply of mounting boards for my orchids. They love the cedar fence boards, so much that I have had to up size the boards to accomidate their roots!
The orchids on flat boards are as I got them from Andy's Orchids. The Hoyas and most of the other mounted orchids are on tree fern. Some others are on unidentified hunks o' wood. When the remnants of H. Ike brushed by two weeks ago, we got hundreds of pounds of weeping willow limbs and bark along with miles of wisteria vine for mounting planty things.
Somewhere in the kitchen garden is a small wooden monkey hanging from a basket.
Hey great setup......good work.