Hi! I'm a new member here. I do not keep any carnivorous plants, but I have several other gardening projects.
I wish to build a setup for growing Sphagnum spp. mosses along with a few other acid bog plants in a fish tank enclosure. My current idea is to just to fill the bottom couple of inches in the aquarium with an open-cell filter foam to leave space for a little extra water volume and to give the plants something to hold onto. My question is this: Will Sphagnum mosses grow well in still water, or will I have better results with some kind of water circulation? I understand that natural bogs usually have very slow water movement.
With a search I ran into a post by a member here, GrowinOld, who made a growout setup for Sarracenia (below) that also grew exceptionally lush Sphagnum. This enclosure used a misting system that recirculated water within the setup. Is this necessary to keep the mosses happy?