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Moving with Houseplants?

I am moving to another state in the summer. How can I safely transport my plants?

By Joanne

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January 27, 20140 found this helpful

Use a box larger than the plant, line it with a plastic garbage bag (do not close at the top). Put plenty of paper towels soaked in water around the plant to keep from drying out. Close top of box and mark 'fragile' and watch the movers so the boxes are at the top and back of the truck, so they can be taken out first.

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January 27, 20140 found this helpful

Yes, you can put a Peoria in a pot and keep it in the house until ready to set out. I set one in a pot and the following year I still wasn't able to set it out.

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It bloomed just like it would have if I had set it in the ground. I don't know about a bleeding heart.

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