Hello friends. In my digging on butterworts, I’ve found that many tropical species have short roots only to take in moisture and some grow on mossy rock formations. So this raises a question for me: in a vivarium setting, would I be able to mount a butterwort on the background or wood and see it grow? Theoretically, this would solve the issues that most people argue against butterworts for: it would most likely not be trampled because it’s not on the surface level, it would not die of overnutrition because it’s not in soil, and it would get a lot more light mounted higher up. One possible drawback of this idea would be drying out, but I imagine that if I mounted it on a patch of moss the water retention would be greater. So what do you all think? Has this been tried before and if so what species of butterwort would work best?