Traveling with plants can be tricky. Our first rule to moving houseplants is this: don’t let other people move them for you. Plants are fragile and if you move them yourself, you’ll have more control over their environmental conditions.
It is also okay to consider other options like giving them away… Coming up with alternatives might be best for you and your chlorophyll friend (at Student Movers we love our Biology!).
There are several environmental factors that could potentially harm your plant, which you should consider:
By the way, cuttings can sometimes survive for several days if put into a bag containing anything from peat moss, vermiculite, paper, or even a towel. This process aids in saving space as opposed to taking your whole house plant.
Here at Student Movers, we care about our clients and their possessions. Let us help with your next move!