Okay, a month ago I put my dormant plants (all sarracenia), which I had been letting ride out the winter outside, into the fridge to wait out a very deep cold snap. I checked on them for mold until work caught up with me and I check on them again for about 2 weeks . I brought them out of stasis this week to find most had a substantial layering of greyish-white mold on them. Roots were all fine and the rhizomes were still firm, but I'm wondering what to expect in terms of post-dormancy recovery. Will they be okay, or is there going to be longer-term damage? Plants have been placed in a mix of 1:1 shredded sphag/perlite and are all outdoors on the tray system.
My other big concern is a small Judith Hindle that was exposed to similar conditions. A lot of the roots fell off dead, though the small rhizome seems okay and a few small roots appear to still be alive. I planted it in hopes it'll hang on, but as above I have no idea what to expect in terms of the lethality of mold.