I just finished my bog (a bit under 2 square meters and about 50cm deep), 1:1 peat and sand.
Right now I have it with sarracenias and dionaeas. I'm adding some pygmies and a d. regia (does very well outdoors here)
My climate is mediterranean, virtualy frost free (light frost once every few years), humid winters, specially fall and spring, and dry summers.
This is fairly close (I'm closer to the sea, so minimums are 1 or 2ºC higher):
To me looks fairly close to:
(theirs has more humid winters and milder winters but they are fairly close, look at the water deficit column)
I'm thinking it would be easier if I target winter growing species (tuberous drosera, S. African winter growing...) as I wouldn't need to water as much.
As I also have sarracenias, I'll need to keep it humid.
Any comments about appropiate sumer water table depth?
Would some "more tolerant" tuberous droseras do well? (I'm thinking about things like d. gigantea.
Any proposals of what I could plant?