I always spend too much but today...
Nearly mature Dimorphichus lowii in dire need of remounting. To remove it from the cistern it was hanging on we actually had to get out a pallate knife and scrape it off the moss grown wall! The cork mount was only about 1/3 of the size of the plant anymore! heh! This is the orchid who has two different flowers on the same plant. I've mounted it (old mount and all) to a large 1/2 trunk hollow which ought to hold it for some years.
A 6" pot full of Phrag. pearcii the oldest which have just started to spike. I love this grassy little slipper, it looks so great crowded in a big moss covered pot like they have in their "showroom". The grassy leaves totally hide the fact it's an orchid until the small slippers come up and drop their long twisting petals.
I also had to get one of their award winning Paph. delenatii from last weekends orchid show. That subtle pink slipper and it's silver mottled foliage had been haunting my dreams lately!
Anyone else here growing these species, have any growing tips that work for you?
Ok, it's off to hit my orchid books to read up on my new children.