I finally got hold of this massive Bulbophyllum!
I decided that since it makes such large leaves, and flowers that I should mount it on a sturdy piece of freestanding driftwood that I've had laying around for a while but have had nothing to do with it. I plan on drilling some downward pointing holes in the wood here and there (as water absorb/reserve spots) and making a thin lawn of sphagnum for the bulbo to get settled in.
I grow most all my orchids mounted but I've only used cork and hydrologs in the past, is there anything I should know about using driftwood?
Does it do anything funny for the first few months of being used as a mount (i.e grow fungus)?
I did not find this wood outside myself, I bought it at *the reptile shop some time ago so I assume it's good for terrarium culture (as the woman who owns the shop uses it in her reptile & amp. tanks).