Although I don't have very much in flower at the moment in the greenhouse there does seem to be a sudden development of new roots and shoots recently. I also purchased a few new plants from Plantae and Van Rooyen's Orchids, including Schoenorchis fragrans which I have wanted for my collection for some time now, and Jumellea anjouanensis, a species from the Comoros Islands.
My Cynorkis fastigiata seedlings which I raised from seed have developed their mature foliage now and have grown significantly since the beginning of the year. I am hoping that they produce their first flowers this year. At the rate which they are growing it wouldn't surprise me.
Amongst the thick foliage of my Maxillaria tenuifolia there are several flowers opening at the moment. In the morning the scent of the flowers is strongest. Some say the flowers smell of coconuts. In a rather abstract way I would say yes but they have a rather unique subtle smell about them which is rather hard to describe. In addition, Stenoglottis woodii is flowering nicely at the moment.