Due to some circumstances outside of my control and some people's incompetence when taking instruction, I have about $500 in plants that dried out. I just got home and found them. I. am. livid.
The person who let them dry out is a personal friend and friendship is always worth more than plants, so I am not going to ask for the replacement value or anything. But I do want to save my plants. I just have them soaking in RO/DI water right now. They will probably die but they are still green and dry but leathery and not brown and crispy yet.
Is there anything else I can do to improve my chances of saving them? Is there some surfactant I can go buy tomorrow? I have never dealt with anything like this. They will probably look like crap next season if they do make it.... I hate setbacks.