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This is a discussion on mounted cattleya within the General Orchid Culture forums, part of the Orchid Culture category; Originally Posted by delphiguy raul i love the mount, my mounting skills are nothing compared ...
Raul, this is lovely!!! Hope to see the blooms soon!
hi margo, yes i will once it blooms.
how does your Catleya look a year later? what a great piece of wood you found!
That is seriously one of the coolest things I've ever seen.
It's inspirational, really. I have this tiny and struggling catt I'm trying to revive right now...if I can get it to root and be successful, I really want to mount it in some cool configuration like this.
Question? Is this plant in a pot and placed in the wood or planted ? I love the natural look.
I will be trying this soon. The natural look is for me. I have some driftwood which I have collected and soaking now.
the driftwood is very lovely, i'm looking for a nice driftwood for my phal.
Nice piece of wood and I am sure the cattleyas will be happy and sheltered there!
That is so beautiful and natural. Can't wait to see the progress and blooms on this one.