Extendable Fresh Sphagnum Moss Pole

(83 customer reviews)
  • Moss poles add humidity and encourage growth in your plant as well as provide support.
  • Extendable poles are made from Beech rods which are triple treated in Danish Oil for moisture protection.
  • We only use sustainably sourced fresh sphagnum moss. No peat bogs are harmed!
  • Available in green, pink or have some stylish alternating stripes with our mixed option.
  • No plastic used and we wrap in eco friendly packaging too.
  • Handmade to order in just 1 – 2 days.
  • Start with a 60cm tall base pole and simply screw in extensions as your plant grows.

Choose whether you need a base or extension below and then choose whether you would like your pole in classic green, stunning pink or a striped mix of both. You will also receive some extra twine and our care card with your pole – plus a cute wee gift for your plant pot.

Or, read on below to learn how to install and care for your moss pole.

From: £14.00 Please select an option before adding to cart.

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  • Free wee gift when you spend £50
  • Free UK delivery on orders over £80

Description

Moss poles help your plant grow larger, faster and happier by emulating their natural environment. Our extendable moss poles are handmade with beautiful and fresh sphagnum moss, birch wood, mossing wire and twine. We make each pole to order in just 1-2 days.

We only use our own handpicked moss from our sites in the North of Scotland which we offer in a variety of natural colours. Our moss locations are on private land where there are forestry operations. We spread out our picking locations so as not to overpick any one spot, allowing regrowth. By doing this, we also have a beautiful variety in our sphagnum mosses, with beautiful vibrant colours. 

Our moss poles aren’t just a way of adding humidity, encouraging growth and providing support – they are a beautiful addition in their own right to your plant collection.

Perfect for Monstera and climbing plants with aerial roots. such as Pothos and Philodendron. Moss poles don’t just provide support and stability, they give your plant a more natural environment. This stimulates growth and helps grow larger leaves.

You can get a pole or extension in three colour variations:

  • Classic green/brown
  • Pink
  • Mixed (alternating stripes of classic and pink)

Please note that this is natural moss without any dye, so there will be some variations in colours.

Please check the height of your plant to choose the best length of the pole. If you are between sizes it is better to go for the bigger size as the plant will grow.

We recommend a pole about 10-20cm taller than the height of your plant.

Allow approximately 10cm for the length of the stake going into the soil.

How to use

We have made a video guide to show you how to install your moss pole – Check it out here.

Insert next to your plant with a healthy distance from its roots. Don’t worry if some moss is immersed in the soil.

Spray the pole with water when misting your plant, it will keep moisture for longer and helps to keep required humidity.

Attaching an extension

  • Carefully spread any moss on the top of your pole to the side.
  • Line up the screw in the extendable pole with the hole in the existing pole.
  • Gently hold each pole and twist to screw them together.
  • You can gently adjust the pole if it hasn’t gone on completely straight, the wood is quite soft and will allow a small amount of adjustment.
  • Make sure the poles are screwed tightly together and you have a flush connection!

Care

We have made a handy care guide for your moss pole, view it here.

Please be aware the the moss pole is created from natural materials which are fragile and should be handled with care.

Spray with water every few days or as required to keep the moss lush and in good shape.

Moss will get darker and more colourful when wet. If you prefer this look spray with water on a regular basis.

If your moss pole dries out, you can revive it by giving it a good soak and the moss will bounce back. 

83 reviews for Extendable Fresh Sphagnum Moss Pole

4.8
Based on 83 reviews

Customer Images

Image #1 from Laura
Image #2 from June M.
Image #3 from Greg D.
Image #4 from Kirstie B.
Image #5 from Matt
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Laura

Beautiful moss pole which really compliments my monstera

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Image #2 from June M.

June M.

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Greg D.

Miles better than the stake I was using before. Not sure how I’ve gone this long without one.

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Kirstie B.

Just the best shop around - one happy monstera with upgraded moss pole

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Matt

Very pleased with my moss poles. However, I would say the mechanism for attaching extensions to moss poles needs to be a bit more robust/durable. These are quite heavy-weight when wet and the attachment screw is barely long enough to keep a long extended pole stable with a newly attached monstera or raphidophora!

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Matt

Very pleased with my moss poles. However, I would say the mechanism for attaching extensions to moss poles needs to be a bit more robust/durable. These are quite heavy-weight when wet and the attachment screw is barely long enough to keep a long extended pole stable with a newly attached monstera or raphidophora!

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Kelly

I really didn’t get on with these poles. The first came frozen and had died, it was extremely crispy and I couldn’t revive it. The second one was alive when it arrived and looked ok, however, I have personally found keeping the poles hydrated an issue. I purchased it to go in with my Monstera Albo which has daily watering (semi hydro) has a 70% humidifier on at all times and in addition to this, I spritz the moss pole daily - but it still died. Both the poles ended up in the bin and I have since purchased a wire cage pole that has no wooden areas in the middle; I now just pop a bottle of water on the top of the pole and saturate it, it is alive and doing well. I found this pole to be extremely high maintenance and impossible to keep alive, I think the wooden pole made it impossible for me personally. Reply to Craig’s response - the 1star is due to my thoughts on the moss poles received. For me personally, I did not find them good and had to replace them with another brand and style of moss pole within days, so it was a wasted £27.95. The customer service was just in addition to my thoughts on the moss pole.

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Image #8 from Amanda

Amanda

Benedict is delighted with his new moss pole... and if Benedict's happy, then I'm happy!

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Image #9 from Anonymous

Anonymous

Beautiful moss pole, I hope I can keep it that way, and heavier than I thought it would be. It goes well with my pink philodendron.

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Image #10 from Anna Murray

Anna Murray

Arrived very fast, well packaged, moss still lovely and wet. Easy to connect the extension. Looks great and I’m sure my plant will be happy when it has settled in!

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Image #11 from Jake

Jake

The ultimate moss pole. Monstera chuffed.

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Image #12 from Anonymous

Anonymous

Looks amazing and is such an nice feature for my pothos

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Image #15 from Ajay

Ajay

Loving my moss pole, I wasn't totally sure on how to look after mine but you can look up these guys on you tube and it's thoughouly explained to you. I went with the mixed and I'm so pleased I did x

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Ajay

Loving my moss pole, I wasn't totally sure on how to look after mine but you can look up these guys on you tube and it's thoughouly explained to you. I went with the mixed and I'm so pleased I did x

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Ajay

Loving my moss pole, I wasn't totally sure on how to look after mine but you can look up these guys on you tube and it's thoughouly explained to you. I went with the mixed and I'm so pleased I did x

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Image #18 from Rachael R.

Rachael R.

Perfection

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Image #19 from Meryl

Meryl

Much better than a coir pole and great that it can be extended as the plant grows. Monstera already looks so much better on the pole.

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Image #20 from Christina

Christina

The pole is in great condition, my adanossi has been wrapped around and is enjoying its new addition and obviously more room to grow

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Image #21 from tracy scott

tracy scott

My Painted lady philodendron looks so happy now

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Image #22 from Mrs B Graham

Mrs B Graham

Lovely quality pole.

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Image #23 from Kirsty H.

Kirsty H.

Gorgeous moss pole, my monstera thanks you!

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Image #24 from Leanne

Leanne

The best moss pole you can buy. I have tried so many in the past and been disappointed but this is the real deal. I will be buying only from here in future. It's obvious this has been handmade with care, the moss is so fresh and healthy, the pole is very strong and easy to assemble. I bought the largest pole so was worried it would be heavy but it stands really well and my plant has shown an immediate improvement. Thankyou so much!

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dominika f.

My monstera loves her new moss pole. It’s great quality, very sturdy, plus the mix colour moss pole looks amazing- I love the pop of pink colour between all the green leaves.