Moving plants to a new home can be somewhat tricky. Because plants need constant light and water to survive, keeping them in one place without anyone being able to access them can be a huge problem. Also, it’s important to make sure they are not in a place where they can easily be damaged or affected by toxic compounds or chemicals such as various cleaning agents.
The following recommendations should help you keep your plants safe throughout the entire moving process:
- Make sure you don’t just stuff your plants in a box. That’s one of the worst things you can do. Instead, allow them some open space and access to light, and make sure that they are not too crowded by your other belongings, whether you put them on the moving van or drive them to the new house yourself. It is best for you to move your plants rather than the Arvada moving company, not that they don’t move plants, it’s just better for you to move them.
- Avoid placing your plants in areas where they can be exposed to various chemicals. Also, unless you have a grow tent at hand, avoid putting them in storage.
- Make sure you are still able to water your plants regularly. For example, don’t put them in storage for long without visiting them, and make sure that you don’t transport them to your new home before you or someone else gets a chance to be close enough to at least visit the place regularly – even if you’re staying somewhere else while the renovation work is being completed.