I've seen somewhat similar questions to this one (mostly about outright mobile plants or "planimals") but the idea I'm trying to conceive for my worldbuilding is not exactly that so I wanted some guidance to how viable it is, since I have a lot more knowledge about animals than plants.
My idea was for the "plants" of this planet to have a sessile sporophyte (like most Earth plants) and an independent motile gametophyte, vaguely inspired in the fern lifecycle and its motile sperm. I know lots of plants are somewhat motile, often utilizing animals to do the hard work for them. However, in this case I wanted the gametophyte to take it a bit further and be able to move for a limited period of time, using this mobility to reach other plants by itself before releasing the gametes and dying. A bit similar to how some insects have a very short adult life to just reproduce and die. Ideally this would happen out of water for these plants.
How would it be possible for plants in a different planet to develop something like this? Maybe with something alike to a very primitive and simple hydrostatic skeleton that allowed them to have maybe a few days or hours worth of motile lifetime? Or by accumulating energy and using it to move until they "starve out"?
The planet in question is mostly Earth-like, with a higher average temperature of 16ºC, an axial tilt of 36.2º, 80% of Earth's gravity and a denser atmosphere, though it has the same elements as Earth's, just with slightly different amounts (such as more oxygen).