Just leads the mind to wonder what scientists fifty or more years from now are going to think about the wildly different genetic material found in your bog from the surronding areas. I do realize that this is a manmade bog in that nature found a way to reclaim the site. I also realize that the plants which showed up on their own did most likely come from birds, or storms. Orchids not native to Florida show up growing there five to ten years (giving them time to mature and flower) after a hurricane helped blow seeds in from the islands. I have read about the issues with "foreign" populations of purps being reintroduced to already established bogs decades before genetic diversity was even thought of.
I'm not commenting on the ethics or ecological impacts. Just picturing folks, decades form now, thinking this had always been a natural bog and getting very confused.