So last night, we had one HELL of a storm.
It got cloudy and was thundering, which, big whoops, happens every evening for the past three weeks.
But this time the sky turned dark and a funky shade of gray green.
And then there were these amazing gusts of wind which were sustained for several minutes. I was scared it was a tornado ._.
And it started raining lightly but then it started coming down harder. Hard enough for the gutters to flood and me collect a beautiful 20 gallons of rain ;D
Also hard enough for me to realize my Sarr seedlings weren't quite big enough to weather it. So I had to rush out to protect them, and my little Hamata had long been on the lanai, nice and safe<3
And the morning after, things were mostly good. Infact everything was. Except my sundews. Some seemed to be pretty beaten up. And I guess in theory, the rain would remove their dew, right? Even though my typical Filiformis is all dewy, it's the only one that is.
So..should the sundews be protected from heavy rain?