Hi everyone...especially Jens,
If you guys are seeing this...please tell me if I can do something...or if its all over. I woke up this morning to see the humidifier water empty and the duct tube that brings in outside air just blowing air into the tank. Normally this hasn't been a problem before, but temps have suddenly gone down in canada and I looked into the tank and found all my rarest and most precious plants in this state. In some pots the media was still frozen.
Please tell me if i can somehow save them. I spent years of effort raising those seedlings (3-4 years), they together are nearly 800$ worth of plants and some priceless plants (IMO) that I saved inspite of being a student and after so much care, just bought them new lighting too (380$ for 8 tube T5).
Please someone...tell me that they can be saved somehow. What can I do? Anything.. :'( :'(
burbidgeae x edwardsiana .. grew this for 4y
macrophylla ... I can't believe that my most dearest possession....it survived an accident with water drought 3y ago.
jacquelineae ....had this for 5y...came to me 1cm sized
tenuis... one of the most expensive plants I have.... just got it last year
most heartful...4y old seedlings N. jamban... the pride of my collection...I grew these from seed. :'( :'(
Please help...can anything be done?