Easy Propagation Station Idea: Another prop station

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Easy Propagation Station Idea

By Kathy547
December 22, 2020

Make a simple and cheap propagation station for all of your water-based cuttings.

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Name: Kathy
Arkansas (Zone 8b)
"Pets should not be a whim"
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Kathy547
Dec 25, 2020 7:55 AM CST
Here's another one I put together with a "base" I liked that I found at a thrift store with glassware. These glasses are pretty heavy on their own.

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Name: Critter (Jill)
Frederick, MD (Zone 6b)
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critterologist
Dec 29, 2020 11:35 AM CST
Sweet!

I have a collection of glass vases, old bottles, even a handful of tall shot glasses that I use for cuttings. I group them on rectangular glass trays (also thrift store finds) that fit along the back of my kitchen island or on a sunny shelf in the bathroom. Grouping them in any way makes them a lot more decorative, and it's fun to have "starts" handy to give to visitors!
I'm learning to dance in the rain. Thank you, Sally & Chris & Sharon.
Name: Kathy
Arkansas (Zone 8b)
"Pets should not be a whim"
Plant and/or Seed Trader Dog Lover Region: Arkansas Region: Louisiana Bromeliad Enjoys or suffers hot summers
Garden Ideas: Level 1
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Kathy547
Dec 29, 2020 4:02 PM CST
critterologist said:Sweet!

I have a collection of glass vases, old bottles, even a handful of tall shot glasses that I use for cuttings. I group them on rectangular glass trays (also thrift store finds) that fit along the back of my kitchen island or on a sunny shelf in the bathroom. Grouping them in any way makes them a lot more decorative, and it's fun to have "starts" handy to give to visitors!


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"Don't breed or buy while animals in shelters die."
"A righteous man cares for the needs of his animal..." Proverbs 12:10
*READ MY BLOG*
Name: Critter (Jill)
Frederick, MD (Zone 6b)
We're all learners, doers, teachers
Charter ATP Member Million Pollinator Garden Challenge Critters Allowed Butterflies Hummingbirder Cat Lover
Bee Lover Region: Mid-Atlantic Cottage Gardener Garden Photography Tropicals Hibiscus
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critterologist
Dec 29, 2020 9:35 PM CST
Sorry, can't get to older photos from here... and at present a collection of bettas has replaced the cuttings. Hopefully I'll be home more again by spring, and I'll start snipping away again.
I'm learning to dance in the rain. Thank you, Sally & Chris & Sharon.

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