Fleur Propagation Station by Cooper and Smith. Propagate plant cuttings in water. Natural timber frame with suspended glass propagation vessels handcrafted in Australia. Free shipping, Afterpay and Apple Pay available.
Handcrafted

Propagation
Stations

Grow plant cuttings in water.
Florence Propagation Station by Cooper and Smith. Propagate plant cuttings in water. Natural timber frame with suspended glass propagation vessels handcrafted in Australia. Free shipping, Afterpay and Apple Pay available.
Just Add Water

Test Tube
Planters

Who said they were just for science?
Cooper and Smith How To Guides. Propagate plant cuttings in water. Natural timber frame with suspended glass propagation vessels handcrafted in Australia. Free shipping, Afterpay and Apple Pay available.
Plant Propagation

Grow Plants
In Water

Learn about water propagation.

Propagation Stations

The Cooper&Smith collection of propagation stations and test tube planters allow you to grow your own plant cuttings in water, before transferring them to soil or keeping them in the propagation station as a permanent home.

Discover how easy it is to transform your home or work space into a lush indoor sanctuary, or find the perfect gift for the plant lover in your life.

The Collection

Handcrafted in Australia using stunning natural timbers, hand-stamped with the signature Cooper&Smith double-leaf brand and finished with a natural Australian beeswax polish.

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What is plant propagation?

Plant propagation is the process of growing new plants from seeds, cuttings or other plant parts. Cooper&Smith Propagation Stations allow you to propagate plant cuttings in water. This is our favourite method of plant propagation because it is easy, fun and our water propagation stations look stunning in your home or workspace.

Plant propagation begins with obtaining a plant cutting. These might be from existing plants you have at home, offcuts you’ve been gifted from friends and family, or sick plants that you want to try and save.

The plant cutting is submerged in water and placed somewhere it receives natural sunlight so photosynthesis can occur. In a few months, new roots will develop and the propagated plant cutting can be transferred to soil to continue growing. Alternatively, some varieties of plants can be left in water permanently.

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Our Story

Meet Amy & Liam

A musician and a makeup artist, both with a love of plants. This is their story.

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