The Question and Answer section for The Cherry Orchard is a great resource to ask questions, find answers, and discuss the novel.
Only one night may be directly addressed in the play, but the time spans more than twenty-four hours. This is made evident in Act IV, when the family is ready to move out and Lopakhin becomes master.
In essence, this speaks to the worthlessness of the land. It doesn't matter is the estate is sold because the land has become ineffective.... it is uncared for, overgrown. Wishing won't change anything and plans are worthless if there is no money...
I'm not sure what your question is here.