Moving with plants to a new home can be to some degree unsafe and should we well thought out before you do so.
Professional movers are not permitted to transport plants because of security reasons, and the same goes for pets also. In this way, you get the chance to choose how to transport the blossoms, pruned plants and garden plants you would like to move with you. By a wide margin, the most ideal approach to move plants is to have them in your own particular vehicle when you yourself drive to the new address.
What's more, as specified above, appropriate packing is your best game-plan to diminish the anxiety your plants will be subjected to out and about.
Here are some tips and tricks you can use to ensure your plants arrive safe and sound at your new home:
- Wrap clay pots in a thick layer of moist pressing or newsprint paper, then place a couple of more layers of dry paper above it as additional assurance. Secure the paper layers with tape. You don't generally need to make the main sodden layer with plastic pots.
- Cardboard boxes of the proper size can be great beneficiaries for your wrapped up plants. Ensure you put adequate cushioning to keep away from direct contact between the pots.
- Stack your officially secured plants into your vehicle last, minutes before you leave on your move to your new home.
- To keep your plants healthy, unload plants immediately when you arrive and take them inside your new place quickly. Open the covers of their holders however don't take them out just yet – abandon them for couple of more hours to adjust. After your plants are settled, find them their new home inside your new place.