Yes, some moving companies do move plants. When you hire a moving company to transport your plant(s), it is important that they know how to handle them and what type of care is required. It’s not just any moving company that can transport them without damaging your plant(s) or killing them by simply moving them from Point A to Point B. Some moving companies specialize in the transportation of live plants and knowing this is important when selecting a moving company for moving your living assets (aka: live plants). Also, knowledge in how to properly take care of the plant(s) during the handling process prior and after is very important in preventing damages or losses. The requirements for preparing your live asset (aka: live plant) before moving. Most moving companies would prefer not to move plants since they are easy to damage.
Is It Safe To Move Your Plants Yourself?
Moving your plants yourself is probably the best option if you want to make sure that none of your plants get damaged. Moving plants can be a pretty messy process, which means it would require a lot of moving pads and moving blankets in order to keep your plant(s) from getting damaged. Additionally, plants are very difficult to wrap up which is why moving them yourself is ideal.
Do I Need To Prepare My Plants Before Moving Them?
First, you need to make sure that your moving truck has enough moving pads and moving blankets in order to carry your plant(s) down the stairs or out of your house. Second, you need to make sure that during the ride there isn’t any movement at all. If there is movement while riding on the moving truck then you’re going to end up with pretty damaged plant(s).
How To Prepare Your Plants Before Moving Them
Plant base: you have two options here, either cut or wrap them with moving pads/blankets before moving them (the more padding, the better chances there are that you won’t break off their stem). Also make sure not to cut too high up on the plant’s stem since you’ll damage their water veins (aka: xylem – water conducts through this vein; phloem.