Aerangis species may be spiking: A. biloba, A. citrata, A. kirkii, A. laurentii, A. rhodosticta. Likewise, Angraecum diderii, Ang. leonis, Ang. magdalene, Ang. sesquipedale. Many of these will be in bloom by Christmas.
Fall/winter blooming Cattleya and Cattleya-alliance plants include: Cattleya bowringiana, C. labiata and their hybrids; reds and dark reds, such as SLC Brandywine, Potinara Carrousel; SLC Hazel Boyd, C. Enid, BLC Ports of Paradise; Brassavola nodosa, B. cordata, B. perinni, B. tuberculata and Rhyncholaelia digbyana, R. glauca; Laelia anceps, L. pumila, L. dayana, L. rubescens, L. blumenscheidii; Sophronitis coccinea, S. cernua.
Evergreen Dendrobium phalaenopsis hybrids are ripening canes and sending out spikes.
Oncidiums are in flower, some for the second time this year: Onc. varicosum and hybrids; big mule-ear Trichocentrum hybrids such as T. Maui Gold, T. Florida Gold. Tolumnia hybrids may be blooming on new spikes and on branches of old spikes.
Paphiopedilums in season include: P. chamberlinianum, P. curtisii, P. fairieanum, P. hirsutissimum, P. spicerianum, P. stonei, P. sukhakulii, P. venustum, P. villosum.
Star-flowered Phalaenopsis are still blooming from summer, with a few new buds, including P. bellina, P. violacea and P. amobinensis, and their many hybrids.
Oncidium longipes, O. microchilum, O. varicosum and hybrids; mule-ear Ondicium hybrids such as O. Maui Gold, O. Florida Gold may be having their second flush of annual bloom.
Zygopetalum species and hybrids.