New member here. We are building a new house in the next year or two. We have several large Crimson Queen JM in our backyard that we would like to take with us. We’re also pulling 2 large Sagos, a smaller bloodgood, loquat, and 6 green JM that have broken through plastic nursery pots and rooted in the ground. It’s likely that we’ll keep the current house as rental and these specimens are worth way more at our new house than here. The two Crimson Queens are my biggest worry. The trunks are about 6” in diameter and spread is 6-8’. I would like to dig them up and pot them until the new home is ready for landscaping. Our soil is generally sandy (beach sand until 5’ down). Questions: 1. the pots are going to need to be huge. I am considering using 100 gallon plastic watering troughs (about $100 each from tractor supply). Any other suggestions on what could be used? 2. we will not be able to get digging equipment back to them, so this will be done manually. I do have the benefit of having teenagers and their friends who are strong athletic types. I’m good on time of year and how to give the trees the best shot at survival. Any other suggestions would be much appreciated.