Moving Garden Plants To New Home

moving garden plants to new home

The next step in planning a move involves moving the garden plants to your new home. The plants should be brought from where they were last year when you moved out and be moved to their new home immediately after being packed. This will help reduce the stress of dealing with your old garden plants for some time.

It is very difficult to move garden plants, but it can be done. But there are a few things you should know about the moving of these delicate garden plants before doing so.

It can be easier to move these types of plants into your new house than it was to bring them from a previous location. You have the benefit of being able to move them to a new location without disturbing your existing plants. But even then you may find that they require a little time to acclimatize to the new surroundings. The garden plants you moved to your new home may have developed diseases or fungi while in the new surroundings.

First Steps

You may want to bring some of your existing plants with you to the new location, and then you can remove them from your home once the moving has been completed. This will allow your existing plants to acclimate to the new environment and will make your moving easier if you decide to move any other plants from your home into your new home. Also, when your home is ready to be moved, you can take all the remaining plants back to the garden area of your new home and keep them until they are ready to go home with your family.

moving garden plants to new home

The first thing you need to do before you move the garden plants from one place to another is to make sure that the plants have been thoroughly washed and dried. The water and heat should also have evaporated from the soil.

Packing

The next step is to separate the plant. If it is a large plant, you may need to take it from the root ball, cut it off at the base, and place it in a storage bag. Otherwise, you can separate the stem of the plant, cut it off at the top, and tie a knot. at the bottom of the stem so that it cannot wilt. If it is smaller plants, you can remove the leaves from each stem and place them in a plastic sack.

Once the stems and leaves have been separated from the plant, put them in a large bucket or a pot. that is large enough to accommodate the plant. If the plant is a large one, place it inside the bucket and tie another lid on top of it to prevent the plant from wilting during the move. If it is a small one, place it in a container. This container needs to be large enough so that it is not crowded with the plant.

Containers

Now you are ready to move the plants from the container to your new home. However, before you start the move you will need to get a friend to take care of any weeds that may grow in the container. If you are using a bucket or a pot, you may want to cover it with a plastic covering so that no rainwater gets into the container. If you have a wooden pot, make sure that the plastic covering is not watertight so that no rainwater can get into the container and make your move go smoothly.

Soil

Before you begin the move, you will need to make sure that the soil is thoroughly moistened. If it is dry, you will have problems with the roots of the plant growing, because they need a lot of moisture to survive. This could cause the plant to wilt and eventually die.

Start the move by filling the bucket with about two inches of water and pouring in about a cup of per cubic foot of dirt. Soil should be moist when you put the plants in. You may want to put two or three layers of dirt in the container.

Now carefully put the plant’s roots in the container, making sure that there is room between each layer. For larger plants, spread them out as evenly as possible. If the roots are not completely submerged, you may want to add additional layers of soil so that all of the roots can soak up as much water as possible.