Transport Plants

Are you moving within or outside of or into the City of Boston? Do you need help packing, delivering, and unpacking your tropical plants once they been transported to your new home? If your answer is yes, we are here to help plan a safe move for your plants. The goal is to decrease the trauma plants experience from the process of moving from their current ecosystem to a new ecosystem–your new home.

Tropical house plants should not be exposed to direct sunlight during your move for a long period of time, unless they are cacti or a plant that is resilient under the sun. Traditionally and the easiest thing you might have done is placing plants on the backseat of the car. Poor plants, they might have been overly exposed to the sun. Possibly, the end result was not pretty. Where they sizzled or experienced leaf damage or ended up dead? Or you might have placed them in an enclosed box with no ventilation–literally suffocated them. Most tropical plants easily get burnt under the sun and should not be packed in boxes with no holes.