Many thanks, it there a risk it could go mouldy? if so what can I do to prevent that?
If you have a park to hand? A handful of leaf litter from under some shrubs etc will provide a starter culture for free.Do have springtails on my to buy list on Amazon
I've never had springtails myself - do you need to go to any efforts to 'contain' them to prevent than wandering the house, or do they tend to stay put on the moss?
Yes they stay put where it is damp. They don't have an exoskeleton, so have a very limited life span in your houseThey need the humidity, so i believe they just dry up outside of that environment.
Did think about that, but went with @Wookii recommendation and got a Hygrolon sheet, as it will not rot so no maintenance.sphagnum on the inside of the tower?
Very nice, you'll need to make sure that the roots aren't wet all the time, particularly the Schoenorchis scolopendria. Is it mounted on a cork board? If it isn't I'd get one. Trisetella hirtzii will be OK "wetter".also have a couple of mini orchids:
I'd keep away from anything potentially too big and rampant.maybe some Hygrophila pinnatifida too pinned to the sides!
Many thanks, it is on a cork board, guess best to keep it on that thenparticularly the Schoenorchis scolopendria. Is it mounted on a cork board?
These will go right at the top where it should maintain less humidity.Trisetella hirtzii will be OK "wetter".
Thanks for the tip, I will avoid it in that caseI'd keep away from anything potentially too big and rampant.