My question is not related to tropical pitcher plants, but rather, the live Moss that we grow them as a dressing with. I'm not sure which form to put it in since the Moss itself is not a carnivorous plant but, we all know it goes hand in hand with these plants. Over the past month I have watched as my Moss systematically has begun to die and turn brown. I have tried flushing the media each morning with water until water comes out from the bottom of the pot. Each night, I also spray distilled water on the Moss until water comes out from the bottom of the pot as well,. I think that it is sufficiently hydrated. I grow it in the shade under the benches. The relative humidity in Singapore is usually 80 to 90%. Maybe when it's windy it will drop to 60 or 70%. The temperature is like California in the summer. You think you folks could tell me what you think I am not doing correctly? I don't want to lose all of this Moss. It's very precious in Singapore and it's very difficult to get living specimens of it.
And now the current state: