Well, my plants took a beating after a 60 mph wind broke my growth rack mini greenhouse. *My greenhouse has four racks that stack on top of each other and a vinyl cover. *I had it anchored to the ground with four stakes and some rope. *This prevented it from sailing across the yard, but the wind caused it to break between second and third racks. *So everything on the top two racks fell about 3 feet to the ground. *As they fell they dump tons of water and dirt onto the plants beneath them. I had eight mature sarrs and a flowering sensitive plant on the top racks. *On the bottom two racks i had a ping, three sundews, a purp, 11 Vfts and about 12 grab bag sarrs. *Most of these were okay and were still sitting on the racks. *However my three pots of vfts were somehow *dumped and i was only able to find 6 of them. *So my total loss right now is 5 vfts.
After the nasty looking storm passed i went out to fix up my plants. *Most of the mature sarrs looked pretty good. *Most had fallen out of their pots but the root ball and pitchers looked good. *I think they're going to make it but i doubt they'll do much more growing this season. *The sensitive plant has seen better days but i think it will pull through too. *The vfts looked ok but i'm not sure they'll make it. *Many are missing roots. *I repotted everything the best i could, and then i sprayed them off with some ro water that had superthrive in it. *I also soaked the soil down. *Currently the plants are sitting in the barn. *I hope our crazy cats leave them alone. *Most of the plants don't have water trays since these blew throughout the yard. *My dad helped me track down quite a few but i'm still missing some. *I'll look for them in the morning. *Does anyone have any suggestions about what i can do for my plants that fell? *Thanks.
* * * *-buckeye