I haven't posted much recently, because not much has happened recently. Most of my orchids are currently growing new roots and leaves.
My smaller noid, on the other hand, seems to have gone into a rather pronounced rest period. Its water consumption has declined (as seen by the time it takes for the media to dry out), but at the same time many of its oldest leaves are wrinkling and preparing to shed. It still has a new leaf growing, but the rate of growth is significantly slower than it was for the previous leaf. I'm trying to navigate a rather confusing line between under- and over-watering.
Moss on an former orchid mount
In fact the greatest amount of activity I've had has been from my moss, which has produced a fresh layer of new growth. It looks bright green and fluffy. At some time in the future I may use this mount for one of my orchids.
Moss looks pretty cool from up close