Took a couple days, but I got a shot of my epiphyte tree. I've never done anything like this before and can't find much information about growing plants as epiphytes online, so I'm just sort of experimenting and seeing what works. In this tree I'm growing several Tillandsia spp., Epiphyllum 'King Midas' (that's the catus near the top), and Aeschynanthus garrettii, a red-flowered epiphyte from Thailand. So far I think these plants are doing really well! I've had the A. garretii the longest (I've had it since early summer), and it's been growing and flowering well. As far as I know it comes from tropical rainforests, however it has waxy, slightly succulent leaves that give it some protection from low humidity and light frost. I have to figure out how I'm going to fertilize these plants in the spring, since I've never done it before. Do you fertilize your Tillandsias, Tim?