I am always trying out new DIY craft ideas and this week I decided to come up with some creative and fun ways to make easy and beautiful propagation vessels, both as DIY craft projects and from common household items that can be repurposed to display and style your indoor plant cuttings.

You can try out some of these easy do it yourself projects to create beautiful display vessels for propagating your houseplant cuttings. Hopefully you will find plant styling inspiration to put your own twist on these concepts!

Written by Yaipoo


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  1. Out of all of the plant people in youtube I follow, either in English or Spanish you are definitely my favorite!
    Amazing to see all of this plants you have, here in Costa Rica we can literally find them in the side of roads as if they were just a regular plant that people just wont even look at!!

    Greetings from Costa Rica! 🌈🌈🌈

  2. I recently started using oil lamp bases for propogation! I collected a bunch of glass oil lamps but was always too freaked out to actually use them for their intended purpose. And then a few days ago I had a lightbulb moment 🙂

  3. Thank you for this video! I find your videos informative as well as relaxing! I really like DIYs, too, and I love that you don’t buy everything – you make / recycle stuff – which shows that we don’t have to be rich to have nice style. I would love to see a video about plant styling an open space with a huge number of plants (let’s say 100 3”-10” potted plants). In other words: using the walls is not an option because it’s a really big room (or for whatever reason) and you can only use the floor for display (or hang from the ceiling, but the challenge is really working with nothing from the floor up). How would you make them accessible for watering, yet esthetically enjoyable with an open floor plan? Just a suggestion 😊 I know that a lot of us have huge growing (pun intended) collections and could use more display help! Thanks!

  4. i love your idea with the skewers and the vase in the center! i did something similar but with twigs instead of skewers, it was a really cool look i’d definitely suggest trying it!!

  5. Now we can tell people when they see our sunroom or window wall lined with 500 propagation wine bottles: “I propagate my plants and friends and neighbors/coworkers/family, etc., know that I do and kindly send over their empty wine bottles for me to use so I don’t have to go out an buy containers. Sweeties.” 🤣😂🤣😂👍🏻👍🏻

  6. Hi! I’m new in the houseplants community, I started years ago with cactus and I’m for sure still making mistakes and learning, and I started to buy houseplant (my first monstera!) one year ago. So because of that I still learning the need of light and water, and your channel could be very helpful! Thank you! Already subscribed and just start to watch some videos.
    I have a question for you, I didn’t get through all your videos yet, maybe there’s something about it but, I’m not even really sure that the name in English is the same… I live in Tokyo and is not easy for me here find information that I can fully understand… Hydro Colture… I’m not really super interesting in it but I went in a home center some weeks ago and I bough beautiful little plants that I can not find easily here. They were all together in running water, in my home now they are in different glass with a finger of water each. I changed the water a couple of time because I don’t know but I’m thinking fresh water could be better, and I’m careful that the light is not too much but a Potos has some leaf tips as burned and a Hypoestes with some leaf turning beige… in my mind is a problem of watering too much or not too much, but how it is possible if they are meant to be in water? What I do wrong? Could be not enough light? They are near the window but not in direct light. I’m not sure if it is possible put them in soil, I know is not possible do the opposite…
    I watched your videos about watering but this is a little different… have you some videos to suggest me about this? Thank you a lot anyway, keep watching other of your videos!

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