All the secrets of moving: indoor plants

06/12/2013

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When we imagine the picture of moving, the happy couple on the threshold of a new life, numerous boxes and a flower pot with a plant in its hands, come to mind. But what to do if there are many houseplants and some of them are quite fragile?


The best thing is to get the best movers in Queens to help with the move.

When we imagine the picture of moving, the happy couple on the threshold of a new life, numerous boxes and a flower pot with a plant in its hands, come to mind. But what to do if there are a lot of houseplants and some of them are quite fragile?

The best thing is to bring in professionals who will help make the move so that you don’t even have time to feel and experience it. These professionals are moving companies that provide comprehensive moving services and know all the tricks of this difficult business. After all, transportation is a great stress for the inhabitants of your greenhouse, as the plant can fall, break, and in winter even die of frost.

Here are a few of secrets. To prevent any plants from falling and breaking during the ride, all pots should be placed in boxes and cardboard dividers should be placed between the pots. Even in its box should not be able to move, so we occupy the free space with paper or bubble wrap.

In the event that you move in the fall or winter, that is, the temperature is already close to minus, it is necessary to protect the plants from freezing. This is not an easy task. The minimum you need to do is to put bottles of hot water in the box, close it tightly and glue all the seams to keep the heat inside. But if we have to deal with a particularly demanding pet, which, even in the case of slight overcooling is ready to discard the leaves, then we activate the “heavy artillery” – we fix the branches and wrap several layers of felt.

And we still have a lot of secrets, worked out over the years. For example, we know one trick, so that the soil did not spill out of the pot during the move. Can you imagine this level of professionalism!