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Movers Boynton Beach â€“ Moving Garden Plants Written by admin on November 16, 2012. Posted in Blog Plant moving is one thing that has to be considered when relocating to another place. You cannot just leave the flora you have in the garden without ensuring that somebody will take over to look after them. You have to at least find adaptive parents to your left vegetation. Sometimes leaving the plants is just too hard for the owner. As long as there are ways on relocating them, they will find a solution on how to bring it with them in the new place. Before attempting to pack and transport the plants, ensure that you have checked with the right authorities about the legalities of bringing them in the new place. The states have different regulations when it comes to importing plants within their boundaries. If you want to make sure that there will be no problems in bringing even a cutting of the plant, check if the state will accept its import. Otherwise, you have no choice left but to leave the plants behind and just start over putting up a new garden in the new home. Once all the documentations are settled and clean, you can now rejoice and pack your green leafy friends for the upcoming move. The plants are best carried in the vehicle of the owner instead of being carried by the professional movers. Remember that the plants will be sitting with big furniture and boxes inside the closed moving truck and it will only get to see sunlight during unloading. To be safe, have the plants travel with you going to the new place. Here are some points to consider when preparing the house and garden plants for a move.
â€˘ A few weeks before the scheduled date of the move, prune the plants according to instructions. Some plants follow a proper way of pruning. If you are not quite sure on how to do it, consult a florist in your local plant nursery store or refer to a plant book sold in the local bookstores. You can also try checking the internet for pruning specific kinds of plants. Pruned plants are easier to pack as there will be fewer twigs and protruding leaves once it is placed inside a bag. â€˘ One week before moving, kill the pests that are present in the soil or in the plant. Place each plant in a black plastic bag. The right kind of plastic bags can be bought at a plant nursery store. Put in the same plastic bag pest eradicating solution or substances that are also available in the nursery centers. Ask for bug powder or strip. There is also the flea collar that is commonly used in killing the pests present in the soil and plant. Seal the bag and let it stand overnight in a cool place.
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Plant moving is one thing that has to be considered when relocating to another place. You cannot just leave the flora you have in the garden...