Vertical plants on driftwood! Some ferns cling to trunks of trees in the forest. This is an example how driftwood pieces from the beach were made into mounts for staghorn ferns! Browse driftwood crafts on Completely Coastal: http://www.completely-coastal.com/search/label/Driftwood%20Crafts
It holds Phalaenopsis Orchids, Dendrobium Orchids, Cymbidium Orchids, an array of bromeliads, a glaucous Phlebodium fern, and various other odds and ends. The overall effect is pretty dramatic, and stands nearly 2' from the wall. The structure is flexible and forms something of a hammock, so it adjusts readily to varying weight. I custom blended our soil mix, including activated charcoal, orchid mix, NHG potting soil, and peat moss. It's nice and light and airy.