Heated windowsill propagators are also a great way to extend the growing season. Give your seeds and cuttings a head start with this British made heated 3 bay windowsill propagator.
Great for growing a wide variety of plants from seed, it is designed with with capillary mat and bottom tray for assisting with watering from underneath, and it fits perfectly on most windowsills.
This Heated windowsill propagator is a great way to get your seeds started early and give them the best chance of success. It provides a warm, humid environment that is ideal for germination and early growth. This can be especially helpful if you live in a cold climate, as it allows you to start your seeds indoors before the weather is warm enough to plant them outdoors.
If you're looking for a way to improve the success of your seed starting, this heated windowsill propagator is a great option. It's a simple, affordable way to give your seeds the best possible start.
Here are some of the benefits of using a heated windowsill propagator:
- They provide a warm, humid environment that is ideal for germination and early growth.
- They can be used to start seeds indoors before the weather is warm enough to plant them outdoors.
- They are a simple, affordable way to improve the success of your seed starting.
Made out of a robust plastic, with a shatterproof lid, the propagator is resistant to bumps, knocks and drops. The capillary Mat and tray allow your plants to self water meaning you can leave your plants for a short period of time without worry. The built in heater also means that your plants can germinate quicker at a temperature of in and around 16-19 degrees centigrade.
Extra seed trays to fit this propagator can be purchased here: https://www.simplyseed.co.uk/propagators/heavy-duty-small-seed-tray-with-holes.html
- Adjustable ventilation for air flow and humidity control
- Lightweight tray with pre-drilled holes
- 12 Watts
- 54.5cm x 21.5cm x 14.5cm
If you're thinking about starting seeds this year, a heated windowsill propagator is a great option to consider. It's a simple, affordable way to give your seeds the best possible start