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Taking enough potted plants?

Potted plants to take to new homestead.

Is it still considered moving if all the dirt goes with us in the form of potted plants?



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So how many plants have you potted up so far? And how are you two doing the move? Renting a truck, hauling bit by bit, or leaving most behind? We're moving to Oregon in a coupe of weeks. Like you, we bought before we sold, so we have time to return to our old home for a second trip to get things if they don't fit in the rental truck the first time. I have a very small garden this year, so not much to pot up. In fact, I'm only taking a few herbs, a handful of annuals, 3 blackberries, and some purple phormium. And even so, I gotta make a plan for how they will travel. Maybe in the moving truck?

Comment by Jennifer Wed Aug 9 09:44:51 2017

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