So. 60+mph gusts all day and night yesterday. Almost tornado force. I live on a hill with no tree cover. I'm at work--came home to find my greenhouse up in the air almost vertical. Greenhouse door wrenched open and turned it into a giant polycarb tumbleweed. Lifted off in one piece--with the foundation. I caulked and screwed all the panels on so well it remained square and unbroken in any way. I set it back down enough to insulate the remainder of my collection last night. Augered through the wooden part of the foundation and sledgehammered in 3 feet worth of rebar in several places. All my shelves crashed over. Heavy casualties. I didn't take photos because honestly it looks like a giant puddle of mud on top of gravel. Broken pots, mud, crushed cacti everywhere. I had some sundews outside that escaped. Sarrs weren't in the GH.
D. regia plantlets from root cuttings
Drosophyllum (the same babies that are posted in my thread here). I found one. It's broken to smithereens. Soil completely knocked from the roots. I have one strand of black root attached to a couple of the new curly leaves. I imagine it will die--I sterilized the crap out of the media initially by microwaving but it hit the ground and is now probably infected with god-knows-what. I repotted it and it made it through today. I was hoping to play with that plant with feeding and such so I could tell you guys. Not much hope for that now.
Lots of seeds and seedlings from ICPS. I had so much stuff come up and was protecting them and hoping to generate seeds for the seedbank for everyone. Sorry.
It definitely is an inspiration to collect hardy plants.