I've had it set up for a little over a week. At first I was going to do a once a week misting thing, but then after about a week the moss had brown tips and I thought that meant it was underwatered so I misted quite a bit for like a day or two. All with distilled water. Now I've discovered that misting sundews is actually bad for their dew which makes sense based on how it seems to wash it away. I feel terrible!! I just really hope they can recover their dew. All the plants do look relatively healthy/not on their deathbed. The capensis and butterwort have been looking very healthy.
My problem now, is, how do I water them! I can't mist them or it'll mess up the dew, but misting is how you're supposed to water terrariums. I want to keep the humidity high and also just make sure the soil is moist enough. I've ordered some pipettes and was thinking maybe I could do a very very precise watering with pipettes on the moss on the surface and also maybe stick them into the soil? I honestly have no idea. I know people do put sundews in terrarriums. So: is there a watering method I can do to keep the substrate moist and preserve the dew? Also, how frequently should I do that watering method? I think I've solved the amount of light needed (a LOT), but I'm really unsure about watering and I don't want anything to die