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This will arrive dry!

These poles are made out of spaghnum moss, and are used to allow plants to climb, or to use as stabilization for top heavy plants.

These are multi-use so don’t be afraid to try them out!


Soak in warm water for a few hours, or overnight.

Put a small amount of soil in the bottom of the pot, insert the pole and hold steady as you place the plant in the pot.

Hold the plant and the pole tight together as you begin to fill the pot with more soil, as the pot gets full the pole will start to stay in place.

As there is more stabilization, move the plant around so that the main stem and the nodes, or aerial roots, are facing the pole. Use some twine or string to tie the plant against the pole. Make sure it’s not too tight or the plant will suffocate.

Most plants will grow against the pole, some will attach their aerial roots to it. It’s a great way to get some stabilization for a monstera or encourage a philodendron to grow large leaves.

Moss Pole with stake

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