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How does a plant guide work?
With the help of our plant guides you help your plant on its way to the top! A plant support is best used in a plant pot that is at least 30 cm high. In this way they are very stable and can support your plant well. Depending on the type of plant support you choose, you can put them directly in the pot or you can repot them at the same time as the plant. Always make sure to keep the roots of the plant safe. At first it may be necessary to gently tie the stems to the guide, but once the plant is completely comfortable it will start to attach itself.
Types of Plant Supports
Plant supports also come in different shapes and sizes. Choose an environmentally friendly version made of natural material or go for a trendy version made of metal. Don't let your green friend grow straight into the air, but let it find a nice way up? Then a zigzag, round or other abstract plant guide is a nice wink.
A plant support made of moss, the moss stick, is also a perfect tool for your climbing plant. This natural variant is made from coconut fiber. This will make it easier for your plant to cling to the stick, allowing them to grow very well and happily.
For which plant do you use a plant guide?
Some plants are real climbers! Not only super handsome, but also very nice in your interior. What is a jungle without climbing plants? Looking for a plant that goes high?
An easy, fast growing plant. That's the Epipremnum. This adventurous type cannot sit still. It is native to Southeast Asia, where it climbs trees well. You can also let her climb and clamber at home, but make sure you lend her a hand with a nice plant guide. That way she will grow happily and quickly into the air!
This tropical plant also likes to get up into the sky! In the South American jungles, it grows several meters high and uses its aerial roots to cling to trees and branches. They don't need the aerial roots in your home, so you can cut them off or return them to the potting soil. Her leaves can also grow quite a bit, so it's a good idea to give them a little support before they become top heavy. Choose your favorite plant guide and guide her stems to the ceiling!
This beauty also goes her own way. From deep green to full purple leaves, she surprises you every moment of the day with a beautiful color palette. This climber from South America is used to finding her way down or up in the tropical rainforests. Would you like to lend her a hand? Then she really enjoys growing up along a plant support!