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Creating a Simple Propagation Wall

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Do you want to start propagating your own plants but don’t have the space for a garden? propagation walls are a great way to get around this! A propagation wall is simply a section of your house that is dedicated to propagating plants. In this blog post, we will show you how to make your own propagation wall and give you some tips on how to use it.

First, you will need to choose a location for your propagation wall. It is important to choose a spot that gets plenty of sunlight and has good airflow. Once you have found the perfect spot, it’s time to start gathering supplies. You will need some shelves or racks to hold your plants, vessel of some kind and propagation tools. Make sure to get a variety of propagation tools so that you can experiment with different propagation methods.

Now that you have all of your supplies, it’s time to start setting up your propagation wall. Begin by hanging your shelves or racks and then fill them with your plants. Once you have all of your plants in place, it’s time to start propagation. There are a few different propagation methods that you can try, so make sure to experiment and see what works best for you.



What are the best plants for propagating?

Some of the best plants for propagation are succulents, cacti, and other drought-tolerant plants. These plants are easy to propagate and require little care once they are established. If you are new to propagation, these plants are a great place to start. Once you have mastered propagating these plants, you can move on to more difficult propagation projects.

That’s it! Now you have everything you need to create your own propagation wall. With a little care and attention, your propagation wall will be thriving in no time. Happy propagating!

did you make a cool propagation wall? 


Propagation Wall
Propagation Wall
Propagation Wall

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