The Best Plant Propagation Stations & Planters

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If you have a lot of plants that often need trimming, propagation is a great way to grow new plants for yourself or your friends from cuttings, and having a propagation station can make the process fun and add style to your home.

What is a Plant Propagation Station?

A plant propagation station is a spot or space for you to propagate your plants. You can use something as simple as a mason jar or cup or you can use a planter that’s built specifically for propagation.

While using any cup of water can do the job – you can show off your plant babies and your green thumb with plant propagation stations built for display.

The Best Propagation Station Planters and Vases

Minimal Propagation Station Planter

Wall Hanging Glass Planter Propagation Station

This simple propagation planter looks great hanging on a wall or freestanding with an open frame.

  • Wood and glass tubes
  • Dimensions: 8.7″L×2″W×5″H
  • Test tube dimensions: 1″ diameter, 7.09″ height
Wall Hanging Propagation Station Planter

Five Tube Propagation Block Planter

Propagate five plants in these handmade solid hardwood propagation stations – with multiple options for finishes to match any space.

  • Available in maple, cherry, or walnut
  • Available in flat or angled top
  • Available with or without keyholes for wall hanging

Desktop Propagation Frame

Plant Terrarium with Wooden Stand

This standing terrarium includes 3 bud vases that are perfect for propagation.

  • Bulbs made from high boron silicon heat resistant glass
  • Stand dimensions: 5.5″ x 11″ x 4″
  • Bulb dimensions 3.74″ x 2.75″

Metal Propagation Planter

Metal Vase Frame Gold Geometric Plant Pot

This minimal gold framed vase comes in a 3-piece set and offers a much more modern look for propagation

  • Metal and borosilicate glass
  • 3 piece set
Hilton Carter Propagation Cradles

Propagation Cradles by Hilton Carter

I’m a big fan of Hilton Carter – you might know him from his Instagram or as Apartment Therapy’s “Plant Doctor” – his love for plants is infectious and his green thumb is unmatched. He also has a line of handmade propagation cradles that are great for hanging or can easily be placed on a table.

  • Handmade in Baltimore, MD
  • Propagation cradles available for 1, 2, or 4 plants
  • Available in maple, walnut, or osage orange
  • Keyholes on back for hanging
Modern Propagation Frame with Plants

Modern Propagation Frame Planter

Modern Botanical Propagation Frame Bundles

These clean, modern propagation frames are great for both displaying on surface or mounting to a wall and have really substantial glass tubes with flat bottoms – making it easy to move your plants around. I also love that they offer plants to kickstart your propagation station!

  • Multiple sizes and bundles available
  • Maple & walnut finished with a Danish oil blend
  • Includes glass tubes and nails for wall mounting
  • Options for purchasing plant starters in bundles or on their own
Rustic Vintage Propagation Planter

Rustic Hydroponic Flower Vase Set in Wooden Rack 

Wood with a vintage finish makes this flower vase set a great addition for rustic decor.

  • Wood rack and glass bottles
  • Dimensions: 13″ x 3″ x 6.5″
Wall Vase Propagation Bud Vases

Wood Wall Vase Propagation Station

These wooden hanging cases make a great statement as bud vases or propagation stations.

  • Handcrafted from reclaimed Australian timber
  • Available in multiple colors
  • Dimensions: 8.6″ x 3.3″
Minimal Floating Propagation Shelf

Floating Shelf Propagation Station

This propagation station features a minimal design with its floating bracket and is available in 18″ (5 tubes) or 40″ (9 tubes) lengths.

  • Available in oak or walnut
  • Available in 18″ or 40″ widths
Beaker Propagation Station

Air Plant Terrarium Bulb Vase

This 2-piece planter set is great for air plants but is also a perfect place for propagation.

  • Wood and borosilicate glass
  • Dimensions: 7.9″ x 3.8″ x 2.8″; 5.6″ x 3.8″ x 2.8″
  • Vase Dimensions: 3.74″ H x 2.75″
ceramic glass propagation vessel

Handmade Glass & Ceramic Propagation Vessel

These minimalist propagation vessels are handmade and come as a single piece fusing glass with a matte ceramic base. They look great solo displaying a single clipping or together in a group.

  • Glass and ceramic
  • Available in large and extra-large sizes
rustic farmhouse propagation planter set

rustic farmhouse propagation planter set

Rustic Vase Set with Vintage Wood Rack

This freestanding set of glass vases with a rustic, farmhouse-inspired stand is perfect for propagating and looks great as a centerpiece!

  • Glass, wood, metal

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