This winter, I plan to start a minibog. However, it's going to be themed as if it's a south-east American wet field. In simpler terms, it'll only be plants found in south-east America (Venus Fly Traps, Thread-leaf sundews, Sarracenia, Butterworts, etc).
Quick question: How do I prevent soil from splashing onto the plants when it rains? I have plants in a big pot filled with peat, and whenever it rains the soil splashes all over the plants and makes them look bad. I'm thinking of covering the surface with pine-needles or something.