Moving form Ohio to Kansas City, MO
Well no sooner do I cover my trachy with it's winter shelter I get the happy yet upsetting news that my spouse got a promotion to his office in Kansas City, Missouri.
Our condo has to be put on the market for sale and I have a palm in the ground, covered with protection and snow.
What to do. I can't stand the idea of leaving this palm to fend for itself. It's like a child to me. The ground is not frozen within the enclosure.
I was thinking on a mild day upper 30's I can dig him up and wisk him into the heated garage and pot him and hope for the best.
Any suggestions on how to tackle this?
No palm left behind is my policy!