So... over the course of this past winter, the maintenance crew at my apartment complex powerwashed the brick outside. Normally, this is okay - however, because the crew didn't give us warning, I was not able to protect my VFTs very well. Thus, I have reason to believe that some (not all) of my VFTs got either:
A.) Powerwash fluid on them, or...
B.) Sediment (from the brick) on them, which might contain salts(?), I'm not sure.
Does anyone think this poses a problem?
I may be just paranoid, but I wanted some others' opinions. I kept all my older VFTs and new baby VFTs under a table outside, with a tarp over the table. So, I don't think a lot of either A or B got on them, but I know some did on the VFTs around the perimeter of the table underside.
If this does pose a problem for the health of my VFTs, then I see no other option than to completely replant them in new soil (not even keeping the root ball).
Someone please tell me I'm just panicing