I have to tell you. Living in south Florida is wonderful. But even in paradise we have our bad days. I recently received a mini cp collection from SarraceniaScott (thank you) and a few plants from other members. You work hard, you tend to them , you water them, and you feed them ex girlfriends whenever possible. So my plants were doing pretty well.
Now my work schedule is far from normal and on occassion I even work on the weekend. This past Saturday is was one of those days.
This Saturday South Florida had winds that gusted up to 45mph. My plants got devestated. Those that weren't blown over have serious wind burn. They have dried even though I have rewatered and some of the leaves have split or kinked or broken from flapping in the wind. I am not certain how they are going to do.
I have tried as much plant first aid as possible but alas I think some are to young and tender to survive.
Here are some of the plants before the devestation.
If any of you can recommend care and treatment idea for these and my nepenthe mirandas. I would appreciate it.