I may have to try and hide a couple of soil potted plants in a small space for a day or two if some work has to be done at our place. I have a small plastic garden tool shed that is about 4 feet tall and the plants are only about 2 feet tall. My question is, how much harm might I inflict on the plants if I have to lock them up in the little shed, in the dark and not much heat, for a day or two? They would be in mid flower at the time. and they are photoperiods. I worry that I might ruin them or kill them. Also, if I have to harvest a plant that is still flowering, would the immature flowers be any good for making butter? I read that the underdeveloped pot will have a more unpleasant, anxious effect if you smoke it, but I regularly make butter from the lower popcorn buds that never really matured and it's ok that way. Thanks for any advice.