A few months ago I was fragging my Blue Formosa Staghorn. One of the smaller frags that I cut fell when I made the cut, and I couldn't find it. A few days later, I found it. It had fallen upside down onto the mother colony. And guess what?! It had attached to the mother colony and was growing upside down!!
So...this experience gave me an idea. What if I purposely took frags from the staghorn and placed them sideways or upside down on the mother colony and see if they started growing together? It worked!
Here are some pics of the sideways and upside down frags starting to attach to the mother colony and grow:
This staghorn always grew in crazy whirled shapes, but in a few months (thanks to all of these weird frag placements) I bet it's going to look like a complete maze! Hopefully it will look awesome!!