Answer: You might want to carefully attach it with a piece of wire or string until it puts out its own aerial roots for support. Or, you could tie it to a bark slab or something similar (perhaps covered with moss) and then tie that into the tree so you can move it elsewhere if you want to. You can spray it regularly with the hose or dunk it in a pail of water. Drench and then let it dry. They like high humidity (unlike lavender!) and good air circulation.
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