Hi all, I've been researching and gathering material to do this for months, and finally today i have planted it and got all the pumps and timers working. Here is it after planting, drip line is not pretty right now but it works really well and i will probably make a cover for it when i get time for it. Unfortunately this is not a very good picture and it's only one side, however i will take some proper pictures in a few weeks to show it off. The idea was to make an Oxyglossum only wall at first but i wanted to downsize my collection for a long time and i decided to get rid of a bunch of plants that were in my way. So as a result on the wall now are south american species and oxyglossums, both tolerate cool nights and some of these tricky oxyglossums need a diurnal temp. diffrence to survive. The only plant i'm not sure about handling cold nights is Maxillaria juergensii View attachment afarm7.static.flickr.com_6186_6069855110_175cd2acff.jpg Currently on, back and front: Maxillaria juergensii Maxillaria spilotantha Sophronitis acuensis Sophronitis alagoensis Sophronitis cernua Sophronitis coccinea Sophronitis brevipedunculata Capanemia micromera Capanemia adelaidae Leptotes unicolor Leptotes tenuis D. violaceum D. cyanocentrum blue D. cyanocentrum white D. subuliferum ! D. subacaule ! D. seranicum D. masarangense D. brassii "Kavanaru" D. brassii alternate clone D. agathodaemonis D. nebularum D. vexillarius D. masarangense var. theionanthum Isabelia viriginalis Mediocalcar decoratum Barbosella australis Dryadella sp. Yeah, no idea how i fit that all on a 50 x 50 cm wall (back and front). I suspect a few of these fragile oxyglossum seedlings will not make it although i really hope they will. In the future i would really like to add a few more small oxyglossum species but i'm waiting to see how these will do for now.