Of course, not all of the living things in our life have feet or slither. Some are living plants. The best advice about moving house plants: don't. Either give them away or sell them. You can always take cuttings with you to start new plants.
Most moving companies will not transport plants more than 150 miles, and they will not guarantee their condition upon arrival. Plants can be difficult to move and take up a lot of space in your vehicle.
Check with the U.S. Department of Agriculture for regulations about moving plants into your new home state. If you decide you must move some of your house plants, follow these guidelines:
Hanging plants can also be hung on the metal rack in a wardrobe carton. If possible, pack your plants in the interior of the car. They may get too hot or too cold in the trunk.
If you must load your plants into the back of a truck, load them last and unload them first. During the summer, park in the shade and open windows a crack; in the winter, park in the sun and keep windows closed. If you stop overnight, take the plants inside.
Unless your trip is more than four days, you do not need to open the cartons. If your trip is longer, after about four days open the cartons and check to see whether your plants need water. Once you've arrived, unpack plants as soon as you can. Open boxes from the bottom and lift the carton off the plant to avoid damage. Place your plants for the light they need, and try not to move them soon after their initial placement; they need to rest and acclimate. Don't you wish you could do the same?