Is a moss pole or trellis better for a Monstera?
In our research, we’ve observed that monstera plants take to these trellises very well and seem to climb them more readily than moss poles. They also take up less space in the pot, so they won’t crowd your plant. This also makes repotting easier! (Though it’s absolutely possible to repot with a moss pole.)
What should I give my Monstera to climb?
If you want your monstera to grow upward, it needs something to grow on and some help staying vertical. A successful option used by many plant parents is a moss pole. The moss provides an organic form of support, and the monstera’s aerial roots will attach to the pole and help guide it upward.
What is the best pole for Monstera?
Monsteras are epiphytes with a climbing growth habit and they do well when grown on a moss pole indoors. Monsteras grown on a moss pole will grow larger leaves with more fenestrations than monsteras that are grown as houseplants without a moss pole.