Plastic Baggie Intensive Care? (help)
I had typed up a longer post but I guess it got lost. Oh Well.
In a moment of temporary insanity I rescued 5 AVs from what my husband called "the Death bin" at Home Depot (he looked at me and said, "if you don't take them, they're going to die" and I couldn't take the guilt).
Anyway, they have been watered and are now in Ziplock Intensive Care in the kitchen.
I've had AVs before (although not since moving to Phoenix) but I've never needed to put them in plastic bags. I know they need intensive care for a while but I don't want to over do it and have them rot.
Also, I don't know quite how to wean them off the baggies. I'm assuming it's a gradual process of opening the bags over a number of days? I don't want to shock them too much by putting them in the bag and taking them out again too quickly.
I know I'll have to have trays underneath for humidity. Any other tips for having them in a very arid environment?
On the plus side, they were looking better this morning.
Any helpful hints would be very much appreciated.