Yesterday, my supervisor and I took a bunch of plant pictures and then I took the camera home for some more. This morning I realized that there two more pics I wanted to take, for ID purposes. So I went next door and discovered a disaster. One of the two hanging baskets, containing Neps, cracked and fell. It fell right into my trays of LFS. Unfortunately, I was also cultivating 5 B. liniflora plants, P. aphrodite, some D. intermedia, binata, livida, C. follicularis leaf cuttings (now plants), and serving as triage. It also knocked over pots of D. aliciae & dielsiana. I scooped up the contents and put them back in the trays & basket and soaked with DI water. I'd say that the Byblis are toast and I can't find the Aphrodite. The Neps were ventratas and the aliciae & dielsiana should be fine.
The only species of plant that might be hard to replace is the Aphrodite, but all the rest I already have somewhere else. This is NOT a request for replacements - just a vent of frustration.
Anything like this happen to you?