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Guide to relocating your in-house garden

Unlike the household items we are packing for the move, our in-house garden requires some preparation and hard work when packing for the move. There are a lot of reasons why you should take time when it comes to this. Mainly, if you want your plants to survive the trip, then you need to properly prepare them for the move. In the following guide, we will tell you more about relocating your in-house garden. Just continue reading and find out more.

What to do before relocating your in-house garden

One of the first things you need to think about when moving your small home garden is the season. Depending on what time of the year you are moving, you will have to make different preparations. For example, you can’t move your plants in the same way during the winter or summer. Although this is not the rule if you are moving locally or finishing your move fast. People move mostly during the spring and summer. Because these are the seasons with the best weather and the least risk of having any moving issues.

a flowerpot that is a part of relocating your in-house garden
Relocating your in-house garden requires good preparation and time

If you have an expensive in-house garden then you shouldn’t think about moving it by yourself. Garden moving is not something to be taken lightly, and if you do, you will risk all that work go to waste. This is why people decide to hire Leffers Garden movers. Because leaving everything to professionals means that you won’t have to worry about a thing during the move.

Don’t forget to water them regularly

Moving during the spring and summer can be hard for everyone, not just people. It is hot, dry, moist and all-around a bad habitat for a plant to grow without any supervision. Which is why you need to spend some time watering your in-house plants before the move. Especially if you plan on uprooting them to pack them in smaller pots. If you forget to water your plants they will dry up and make uprooting difficult. This can only lead to even more issues when you want to replant them after the move. In other words, do not forget to water your in-house plants before moving them.

a watering can
Don’t forget to water your plants regularly during the summer

Sometimes the best thing you can do for your plants is to store them in storage units. But if you worry about the safety of your plants, then all you need to do is search for good storage NYC units. There are not that many storage companies left out there that can provide you with the best services you will need.

Make improvements to the soil

Just like with plants, the soil needs to be revitalized as well. There are many Leffers Garden movers you can use for your plants. But, they all revolve around what kind of plants you have and what is the climate in your place. These factors play a huge role when you want to move your plants to your new home. Just make sure to have all of this in mind before moving.

We hope we made your relocating your in-house garden a bit easier. With these simple tips and tricks, you will move your home garden in no time at all. If you already have some experience with this, feel free to share it with us.


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