Bug_cemetery wrote: ↑Mon Jul 04, 2022 3:41 pm
I’ve got a couple of terrarium bowls on my desk with nothing more than a led desk light. The small bowls have D prolifera (one of the parents of Andromeda) and sphagnum moss. The larger bowl has pinguicula and U. sandersonii, so between them it sound pretty similar to what you are doing! The pinguicula is growing on a rock to prevent it from getting waterlogged and rotting. It’s also not going to develop much leaf color with the low light but it’s happy enough to put out flowers. The utricularia is growing in the lowest, wettest area and has to compete for space with an aggressive liverwort but is also doing fine with low light and putting out flowers. D1388E99-788E-4361-8CD0-0842A768E4C1.jpeg3FD64E30-3F86-43CB-963B-0F1BCBC26FFE.jpeg
That is amazing. My ping is Goldeneye, and I got some dragon rock found a nice hole, and drilled through the bottom. I then filled it with some of the sphagnum moss, sand, and perlite. I will also sit the rock in some water that just covers the bottom. I even have a succulent garden right next to the terrarium to transfer my ping during it's dormant fase.