Repotting creeping Bulbophyllum Orchids & tips on suitable setups

Today we tedn for my Bulbophyllum Orchids which are starting to grow outside of the pot!
More info below!

Bulbophyllum orchids are a very interesting group of orchids, but some can pose some difficulties for growers who cultivate them in pots. They will outgrow their pot pretty fast, as they have a creeping growth pattern.

To accommodate their needs, growers use all sorts of setups: mounts, shallow dishes or trays, baskets and other setups!

My thoughts on mounted orchids

I am going for a wide, shallow pot in a decorative container. If I so desire to transform it in self watering, I can do so afterwards

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My environment:
Subtropical climate, hot summers and mild winters
60-90% humidity, always breezy
Growth space is kept at min 17C and max 29C
What I use in my Grow Room:

LECA – Pokon or IKEA
Various organic mixes from rePotme
Sphagnum Moss – Spagmoss from Besgrow or

Fertilizer and supplements:
MSU Orchid fertilizer for osmosis / rain water
Orchid Focus Bloom (when I need something low in N)

Pots, containers, baskets:
DIY self watering pots and masks from local flower shops
Lechuza self watering pots
Wooden Vanda baskets
Slotted pots from rePotme

LED shop panels from Leroy Merlin, 4000k
Tertial lamps from IKEA + 4000k LED bulbs (various brands)
Orvibo WiFi Smart Plugs

Shelf units:
Shirley’s Simple Shelving
Lerberg and Mulig from IKEA
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