Hi. I bought a number of very nice glads in a coop last year and grew them in containers -- they did beautifully! -- but now, I am moving to another place, just up the road so climate and all will be quite similar.
My question is, as in the new place I will have plenty of room to put things in the actual ground, and since I do not want to have to move huge tubs of soil where I can avoid it, is it feasible to lift up these glads and store them somehow over the winter and relocate in the ground come spring?
The method I am thinking would be to lift them, let them dry a bit, then pack them loosely in some dry cocoa coir... put in a bag, stick them in the garage or something.
Anyone have any experience doing this?
Is my idea of how to do it likely to work, or is there something I'm not taking in to account?