If you’re someone who’s spent time cultivating your houseplants for years, you don’t want to leave them behind when you go to move. Your Coleman Allied movers offer packing and moving boxes to help ensure your plants are stable during transport. Here are a few more tips to help make sure your plants will be as beautiful in your new home as they are now.
Before the move
Make sure to consult resources like the National Gardening Association to see what’s the best fertilizer and water solution for your plant during the transport. Also, gather any tips others have had on their message boards to make sure your specific plant has a high success rate for relocating. Your friendly staff at the San Diego Coleman Allied movers can help you estimate how long your plant will be in transport, and you can plan accordingly.
During the move
Your plants will do best in a temperature-controlled climate during their transport. This means if you have room in your vehicle, consider making space for your plants. Extreme cold and hot changes are very damaging to the plant’s cells and can make it hard for them to bounce back. If you don’t have the space in your vehicle, you can insulate boxes to keep out the extreme temperatures. Another tip is to make sure your places are the last on the moving trucks, as this will ensure they will be the first things off the trucks and into the house.
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