How to move plants to your new home?

Plants make a home feel like home. They have plenty of good purposes. They are there for us to clean our air and they are also there to make a room look better. Keeping plants in your home is a great way to keep your home looking fresh. But when it comes to moving them, it can be a hassle to have so many plants. But it is not an impossible task. With a little patience, you can move plants to your new home easily without making any mess or damaging them.

You can’t take your plants everywhere

There are a few reasons why you can’t take your plants everywhere. The number one reason is the change in the climate. If you live in a cold place and you are moving to a warmer place, this drastic change can affect your plants negatively like, for example, if you are leaving Canada for the UAE. You don’t want them to die after you’ve made an effort to move them such a long way. The second reason is that not all plants are allowed into your new state or country. You don’t want to go through any trouble because of a plant.

There are certain obstacles to take your plants wherever you want.

You have to hire good movers to move plants to your new home

If you want to move your plants, the best way to do just that is to hire movers. Movers like Hitzfelder Moving will know exactly what to do and how to do it the right way so your plants stay undamaged. Plants are fragile and if you really care about them this is a good thing to do. Plus, hiring movers will make your whole move so much easier. So why not do yourself a favor?
Many people avoid hiring movers because they believe that it is a waste of money. Luckily, there are ways you can find affordable movers. But be aware that scam companies exist.

A group of movers showing thumbs up because they can help you move plants to your new home.
Hiring professional movers is always a good decision.

Moving plants yourself

If you decide that hiring movers is an unnecessary step, you can always move your plants by yourself. Even though this isn’t something we recommend doing, it is possible. The first thing you absolutely have to do is get good boxes and dividers for the boxes. We suggest using plastic boxes instead of regular cardboard ones as they are sturdier and easier to carry. Plus, even if the box accidentally tips over the damage won’t be as big.
You also want to secure your plants as much as you can. The thing you can do is to put them in plastic bags gently and wrap them up with strings. This will add extra protection that your plants need. Now all you have to do is be careful and you will successfully move plants to your new home. Move the boxes with plants one at a time. If you are moving them with a car, keep them on your lap. This way you will have full control over them.