How Can I Keep My China Doll & Bird's Nest Fern Vacation Concern
This Thursday, I will be leaving on vacation, and will be gone for eleven days. Being summer, and the house will be closed and locked tight, I am concerned about two new additions to my little collection.
I bought a bird's nest fern and a small China doll earlier this summer, and so far they have been doing beautifully with the care that I have been providing. I had a China doll back in the mid 1990s, and I recall that they are not fond of drying out. I've been doing right by the fern, as it has been throwing up fronds with vigor.
My concern is leaving these two plants in a stuffy house, without care, for the eleven days that I will be gone. Does anyone here have any suggestions for keeping these two plants alive while I am away? (The rest of my plants - cactus, succulents, parlor palm, prayer plant - veterans of many years, will be fine while I am away)
I appreciate your help and suggestions.