Wildheather, it would be best if your muscadines are still dormant (which they should be this time of year) when you dig them up. Try to include as much root as you can when you dig them up. Put them into a small bathroom trash can size bag and add enough soil or peat to cover the roots. Wrap the top of the bag around the stem section and loosly twist tie it to hold in the peat or soil. Make sure to moisten (not soak) the soil before you twist tie shut. If the plants
are too small for a bag of this size, use a smaller bag following the same procedure. Carefully place in an appropriate size box using newspaper to pack around plants
as necessary. It shouldn't take too long to get from NC to AR--I believe they should make it just fine. And yes, Monajean, I know where Mountain Home is--nice place
Are you making jelly or wine from these? They do make mighty fine jelly and wine. If y'all need any more help, feel free to ask (PM me if you need to).