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The Bendable Moss Poleβ„’

Type of material:
Two different types of premium sphagnum moss. This moss holds 20x its weight in water and comes from a sustainable farmed source.
Should you keep your pole moist?
The answer is - Completely up to you.
For aerial rooting plants, it is better to keep the pole moist to encourage root
penetration for larger leaf growth.
If kept too moist in a poorly ventilated area there is a low chance the moss could mold.
How often?
Lightly mist 1-2 times a day.
In perfect conditions and care, this moss can come back to life!
It is perfectly OK to leave your moss pole dry.



The Bendable Coir Poleβ„’

Type of material:
Manila rope is very durable, flexible, and resistant to water damage. Manila hemp actually comes from a relative of banana tree fibres.

Should you keep your pole moist?
This pole does not require any watering.
Aerial rooting plants will still benefit from the support of the pole. Your plant has feelings too!



Sphagnum Moss Mix

Type of material:
Our moss comes from farms that are sustainably operated. This moss is top grade and the best we could get!

Should you keep your moss moist?
This moss is mainly used for:
Propagation, soil mix (do your research! this will effect your plants health), planting medium for orchids, lining baskets and so much more!

If kept moist in the right conditions this moss will come back to life!
If kept moist in the wrong conditions this may cause mold.



Irish Moss Seed

Type of Moss:
This moss is so beautiful when fully grown! It is also a very fast grower and reproducer. In about 8 weeks your Irish moss will be flourishing!

Should you keep your moss moist?

Lightly mist your seeds once every two days. do not let your soil dry out completely.

Once the moss grows it produces seeds instead of spores! You can actually harvest the small flowers once dried up. This moss flowers in stages and will expand quickly!



Mossify Fun Facts

  • Moss was the first plant on earth
  • There are over 10,000 species of moss
  • Moss can be found in every country in the world
  • Moss does not have roots
  • Moss can grow on almost any surface
  • Moss collectively provides more carbon offset than all trees in the world
  • Moss does not have seeds but rather spores
  • Moss gets its nutrients from the water, air and sun Moss needs no soil