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I'm going to be in California next week, and I figured while I'm there I might as well grab some clones to add to my garden. I always find amazing herb out there, and I'd love to grow some of it. The drive home will be about 7 hours. What is the best way to transport these little ladies? I've read about keeping them in ziplocks, spraying them, and keeping them on ice, but was wondering if there were better ways. Have any of you done this before? Help me out! Thanks
Well if they're rooted just throw em in a little bit of dirt in a plastic cup and then stick em in a cardboard box and your good to go. If not wrap the end of the clones in a wet paper towel, put in a ziplock bag and keep in a cool dark place for the trip.
-------------------- Dude she isn't as young as she use to be.