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On Moving Day

Before your plants can be ready to go, place a few holes in the boxes to provide oxygen for your plants so that they can breathe.

Carefully load your plants into the vehicle and situate them in an area where they will not move around or fall over.

Upon arrival, unpack your plants immediately by removing them from the bottom of the box to avoid damaging stems. Gradually increase the amount of sunlight they are exposed to-it can harm your plants to be exposed to too much light at first. Just like you, your plants need time to adjust to their new environment.

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In the Press

A Moving Company's Moving Story
June, 2012

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