DIY Propagation Station 1 - Copper Stand
Despite being badly neglected, my indoor plants seem to be doing remarkably well - especially my Pothos plants (Devil’s Ivy). This is probably because:
- They’re pretty much idiot proof to grow; and
- My husband is a much more diligent plant parent than me 😉
If (like me) you’re a bit useless at remembering to water your plants, check out my “Things I Love” post from 9 July last year for a list of really hardy, low maintenance indoor plants 🌱 Lots of beauties there.
I’ve wanted to propagate some plants for a while now and was happy to discover it’s actually not too hard, especially starting with an easy plant like Devil’s Ivy (plus some of my Swiss Cheese Plant).
n e e d e d :
- My DIY Copper Candelabrum - find out how to make it here.
- 2 x 3pk Mini Glass Bottles $3 at Kmart.
- Plant cuttings
*Note that supplier prices listed may differ from the time this article was published.
Here is my DIY Copper Candelabrum:
And here it is again, repurposed for the propagation station:
S T E P S T O F O L L O W :Click/swipe through the reel for the how-to: