I've always thought that the reds and greens of live sphagnum have looked very nice when grown in pots alongside Nepenthes and I've read somewhere that the live moss may help to maintain the pH and humidity levels appropriate for these plants. To those of you who grow them in pots, have you intentionally planted live moss heads or have they gradually rehydrated and revived unintentionally? I'm currently using the dried stuff that's gradually turning green but I can't tell at this point if it is truly sphagnum or just algae. I'm considering seeking out some live heads but have had trouble finding the compact species that ate bright in color and don't get too leggy. Many years ago I ordered some live moss but it was a long stringy type that looked like it had just been scooped from a North American bog and it turned to mush rather quickly. I've also read that certain species native to North America need a dormancy in order to thrive (not sure of the validity of this claim) so ideally I'd like to find a species or group of species that don't require that.