Yesterday walking in a restinga (sea side, sandy ground forest) I found several Cattleya guttata flowering on the trees. The smell there was fantastic! Anyway, I also found this small plant on the ground, in very poor conditions, so I decided to bring it home and take care of it. It was laying on the ground, probably subject to eventual salt water flooding from high tides! It has lost most of its leaves, and the ones that remain are in poor condition. The same for some of the roots. What should I do? Should I carefully try to remove the roots and plant it in a plastic pot or should I keep it in this branch? The branch broke exactly where the orchid is, so there's not much room for growth I think. The tallest bulb there is only around 4 inches.