Moving plants cross-country
I'm moving next week from South Carolina out to Seattle WA. I'll be a total of about 9-10 days from taking down my tank to setting it up again, so I need to have a good plan for how my plants will survive. We're traveling by car, with the fish in a bucket with battery-powered sponge filter (if anybody has any good ideas for anchoring the filter, I'd be interested in hearing them. Can't use any adhesive that needs to air dry though, since the sponge itself can't be allowed to dry out).
The plants are mostly high light US natives - some Rotalla, some Ceratophyllum (hornwort), some grasses, a couple vals and an Amazon sword.
Current plan is just to put them in a transparent container of water and try to let them get as much light as I can. I considered also sealing it up with excess CO2 (I have a tank I'll be needing to empty anyway to load the movers) but not sure if that would help or hurt.