FRANK'S ANSWER: The only advice I can give is that you take all of your streps plants and cuttings and hide them under a bed, just make sure that they are watered well before leaving them.On your return you should find them all wilted and dry, they will then require a drink, not a lot, you may have to give them a drink for 2 or 3 days but they should come back to life within a week. I have had members who have done this and they said it works, perhaps not 100% but it does save some if not all.Regarding George, I am sorry but cannot find him.
SUE'S ANSWER: I can only suggest that you put your plants in a shady place indoors or in the greenhouse. Place them on capillary matting, available from places like Wyevale or other gardening outlets this will hold water for quite a long time. Water well and just before you go away and it should stay damp for quite a long time. You could also leave an end of the matting into a reservoir of water so that the matting stays damp while you are away .Hope this helps Any queries let me know.
WEBMASTER: If you are out there George, please contact this website so that I can forward your details to the member concerned.