I noticed since some time that my dried moss became green at several places in plastic bags. This is what I hoped that would happen since months ago when I placed it with some peat and distilled water.
It's been put initially on a window sill where it got minimal direct light (to avoid cooking) and it's now under neon lighting (54W - 5000 lumens). I noticed that the "green" is going away now. Is it dying or can it still thrive in those conditions ? Normally it should become dark green from what I read on the internet, when it doesn't get sufficient lighting. It doesn't seem to be the case...
And I forgot to specify, it's NZ moss.
Any tips ? It's in a pretty small bag so I'm wondering that perhaps it's choking due to the cramped space ? It's kept damp and I can see condensation in the bag, so the water level is definitely fine.