I have been haviing good success growing the plant wet in the summer and with the moss dry at the tips in the winter. Not sure if it is significant yet, but it is promising. I have speculated often that the plant probably grows during the wet season, putting down roots, expanding its leaves and flowering. Then, when the dry season comes, root growth stops, and the plant shuts down active growth. I speculate that during this time, the roots are more sensitive to moisture and may be lost in too wet conditions. Pfffft goes the lush plant. I always got good growth in nearly aquatic conditions, but then came the inevitable decline after flowering. With the new protocol all is going much better. It's all just speculation: I don't really know the growth pattern or seasonal conditions in habitat in Queensland but the plant seem to appreciate a dry spell once you notice a decrease in the growth (i.e. leaves stop unfurling). If you have a lot of plants, you might want to experiment along these lines.