How to Make A Moss Pole for Your Climbing Houseplants

Learn how to easily make your moss pole for your houseplants!

DIY Moss  Pole Supplies

•  Sphagnum Moss •  3/4 inch mesh, 3 ft. x 25     ft. black plastic poultry     netting •  Plastic Plant Twists     (100-Pack) •  Wire Cutters or               Sharp Snips

Houseplant Moss Pole Instructions:

Step: 1

Gather the Materials:

•  Sphagnum Moss •  3/4 inch mesh, 3 ft. x 25     ft. black plastic poultry     netting •  Plastic Plant Twists     (100-Pack) •  Wire Cutters or               Sharp Snips

Soak the sphagnum moss in water for approximately 20 minutes. This will ensure it’s hydrated and ready to create a healthy environment for your plants.

Step: 2

Soak the Sphagnum Moss:

Unroll the netting and use wire cutters or sharp scissors to snip the netting to the proper circumference of your desired moss pole. This step ensures a perfect fit for your plant’s needs.

Step: 3

Prepare the Netting:

Fill the netting with the moistened sphagnum moss. You might be surprised to find that the moss has a pleasant fragrance reminiscent of Tide dryer sheets.

Step: 4

Fill the Netting with Moist Sphagnum Moss:

Roll the filled netting to create your moss pole. Now, it’s time to stitch the moss pole together. Grab your plant twist ties and place one in the middle, then work your way out to each end, “sewing” up the cylinder.

Step: 5

Roll and Stitch  Your Moss Pole:

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