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The Blooming Jungle Coconut Husk Coir Totem Pole Climbing Plant Support, 2-Count

Last updated: February 11, 2022


If you need help encouraging your creeping plants to grow, take a look at this totem pole, which is designed to boost plant growth by directing roots upward, toward the light. You’ll get two poles, each with two 120-centimeter pieces of string. Each stake is covered in coco coire, which is sourced from the husk around a coconut.

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Key Takeaway: Heavy plants like monstera are no match for this sturdy totem pole plant support, which is strong enough to handle the weight.

In our analysis, the The Blooming Jungle The Blooming Jungle Coconut Husk Coir Totem Pole Climbing Plant Support, 2-Count placed 3rd when we looked at the top 5 products in the category. For the full ranking, see below.

From The Manufacturer

TRAIN PLANTS TO GROW UPWARDS: These totem pole plant supports help creeping plants with aerial roots grow vertically towards the light, mimicking their natural environment. READY FOR IMMEDIATE USE: Each moss pole set comes with two pieces of string each 120cm in length. Easily tie up your plant with a natural, easy to remove and non-damaging material. PLANTS CLING EASILY TO NATURAL FIBRE: Each stake is covered in coir which is a natural fibre extracted from the husk of coconut. Aerial roots can easily penetrate this sustainable and organic material. BUILD POLE AS PLANT GROWS: When plant has outgrown pole simply add extension on to create a longer climbing stick. No need to upset potted plant by replacing post. PROVIDES SUPPORT TO A VARIETY OF PLANTS: Climbing plants and vines need extra support when growing in pots and containers. These indoor plant poles are suited for Monstera, Pothos, Money Plants and more.

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