Mounting Cattleyas and Dendrobiums on Apple wood

Will give it a try. Happy growing.

Quotes from AOS.Com–Wood pruned from living hardwood
trees is suitable for orchids after being
dried for a few months. Orchid grower
and frequent winner of AOS awards
Dennis Dayan of Deal, New Jersey,
grows many of his small orchids on
wood supports. Dayan told me that
seasoned (dried) fruitwood such as
grape and apple is good, but he avoids
using wood from fruit trees with hard pits
(stones) — fruits such as cherry, peach
and apricot.

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