Whether you have a green thumb or not, plant propagation is an easy way to expand your plant family. All you need is water, a plant cutting, a propagation station, and patience to watch your little plants root and grow!
You can easily upcycle glass containers and bottles, but if you’re looking for something new and stylish, there are plenty of options out there. Here are 10 propagation stations to help you grow your plant collection.
This handmade ceramic and glass plant propagation vessel is the chic and minimalist addition your home is waiting for. It has a thick, circular base that’s fused to the glass tube so even though it looks dainty, it’s quite sturdy. It also comes with a cleaning brush and a how-to guide and tips on plant propagation.
Modern Botanical propagation frames are all handmade in their woodshop in the heart of San Diego. The glass vases are big enough to both propagate as well as grow plants in water. Including monsteras, pothos, spider plants, and tradescantias. Plus, all of their planters can be hung from the wall, ceiling—nails are included—or placed on a surface.
These propagation stations come in different shapes and sizes allowing you to create a create your own gallery of greenery.
Make a statement with the hand-poured circle cement planter. It’s seven inches tall, 10 inches wide, and has a four-inch base with a single glass tube so you can put a small plant cutting on display. If you’re looking to grow your plant family, you can add on a Golden Pothos, Monstera Adansonii, or Jade Arrowhead cutting.
This geometric wall propagation station comes with a detailed wooden base and a large, eight-inch glass tube that attaches with a strong magnet. You can choose between three different wood finishes and get sets of up to 10. Each propagation station comes with two Command strips so you can hang up the planter without worrying about damaging your wall.