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Stewart Propagator

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  • The perfect start to life for your seedlings and cuttings.
  • Adjustable ventilation gives control over the micro-climate.
  • Allows maximum light through to encourage plant growth.
  • Recyclable.
  • Long-lasting.


Give your plants a helping hand with our high-quality propagators. The lightweight crystal clear cover has adjustable ventilation making it easy to control the airflow to young plants.


Unlike other propagators that can only take small Rockwool cubes, the gravel base tray is able to hold a selection of pots and plant propagating solutions in this specially designed growing space.


The adjustable ventilation allows for more precise control over humidity within the micro- climate of the propagator.


The Heated Versions of these propagators have several benefits over the unheated versions; Maintains an ideal growing temperature between 18°C - 23°C, includes a starter kit and growing guide, creates a warm environment for growing seedlings, the sealed heating unit retains heat within the propagator, Allows precise control of growing conditions for seeds and cuttings.


The electrically heated propagators maintain a temperature between 18°C - 23°C and is not thermostatically controlled. This temperature range cannot be altered by the user.


Sizes (Length x Width x Height)

Small Propagator (unheated): 38cm x 24cm x 18cm

Large Propagator (unheated): 52cm x 42cm x 24cm

Small Propagator (heated): 38cm x 22cm x 18.5cm

Large Propagator (heated): 52cm x 42cm x 26cm



How to use

Simply put your planted seed trays and pots into the propagator. These plants should only be watered when they dry out as maintaining wet soil increases the chances of fungal infection.


Take care to wipe any condensation that forms on the clear lid of the propagator as droplets can act as lenses, focusing the light which could burn the young leaves.


When cuttings and leaves are established and growing strongly, transfer them into individual pots, outside of the propagator.