Originally Posted by davemonkey
Absolutely amazing set-up! Do my eyes deceive me, or do I see some type of Erio or Lachnocaulon? Perhaps those are just different hairgrasses I'm seeing?
There's always interesting plants that seem to magically appear without planting. The plant in question seems to be an 'Erio' of some sort, I haven't identified it, but it emerged next to a Austrailian Wooly sundew dressed in a pot with NZ long fibered sphagnum moss. It could easily be confused with close relatives, Lachnocaulon or Syngonathus. I just added it to the scape because it fit in to the flora
of the 'Bog' layout. And thank you also for your nice comments.