I'm starting to be a bit more strict in what I bring into my garden--I'm trying to focus on what I take care of well rather than barely keep a broad range of plants alive.
So, I shoved almost all of my plants outside last weekend and kept most of the gesneriads and a few other plants inside (along with my seedlings for the garden). We'll see what will come back in after the summer.
DC State Fair Seedling Swap. I plan on using that shelf later to propagate a lot of plants for the local Gesneriad Society chapter's sales table at the September regional show. For now, most of my gesneriads are in the plastic humidity tray or the 20-gallon glass case.
mounted mini orchids onto the grating of the lid, which is sealed off using plastic wrap, and I can just water them in the shower or using a hand mister when I need to--the added humidity of being in the glass case will probably only make them happier than they have been these past six months.