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Default My first mounted orchid to bloom.

I just started mounting orchids a little less than a year ago. This is the first one that I mounted myself that has bloomed. Rlc. Lisa Taylor Gallis 'Nora' is a cute little compact cattleya with flowers a little under 4". It's on a cork slab although I've started using cork tubes now. I'm amazed at how quickly the orchids attach themselves to the mount. I took the ties off, six weeks after mounting it.

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Lovely, great mounting job.
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Very nice! I am really starting to like the mini and compact Catts.
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i have a few catts...they are babies... and not minis....now i want this mini! i cant wait to mount my phal. Its very nice grats
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Great job! the catt looks really happy
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That is a lovely flower.
You have the right humidity in your atmosphere that retain moisture in the bark to make the roots cling and imbed itself.
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Beautiful blooms and looks great on the mount!
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Beautifully grown and flowered.
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Nice job Jeff! I'm a big fan of mounts, not having to worry so much about rot, and they look fantastic.
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