Do you need a moss pole for pothos?
Once you get a climbing plant, like a Monstera, Philodendron, or Pothos, all you need is a moss pole and some way to connect it to your plant. A moss pole might seem intimidating at first, but once you’ve used it for the first time, it’s really nice and easy to use.
How do you attach pothos?
Training: A pothos won’t climb on its own, so use a removable support system to guide its tendrils along a wall or ceiling. Command hooks, metal picture hangers, and string work well.
How do you attach moss to a moss pole?
Step 3: Attach the Moss to your Pole
The goal is to have a thickness of ½ – 1 inch of moss around the pole. Leave the bottom 1/3 of the stake bare as this section will be placed into the soil. Once the moss is secure, tie off the string with a knot and cut off any extra length. Trim any stray pieces of moss.