Young plants are particularly susceptible to difficult climates and need a consistent temperature to reach their peak. Germination only occurs when a plant has adequate moisture and warmth.
For many plants, growing outside in cold climates can hinder growth before it’s even started. Non-native fruits and vegetables, such as tomatoes and peppers, aren’t used to UK climates and require much more warmth than we have to offer.
The propagator features a durable plastic tray which, when in operation, keeps plants between 15 and 20℃. A clear plastic lid fits snugly on top to minimise warm air from escaping and adjustable vents allow full circulation of fresh air if needed.
Its rectangular shape allows for pots and trays of any shape to be placed inside.
Lid Included?: Yes
Height: 38cm | Length: 19.5cm | Width: 24.5cm
Height: 52cm | Length: 28cm | Width: 42cm
Just place your pots and trays onto the propagator tray and attach the lid. Plug in the appliance at a mains source and press the “on/off” switch to operate. Turn the air vents to open and close.
Stewart Propagators are suitable for any indoor growing location - this might include inside the home, or in greenhouses, grow rooms, and sheds.
This is an electrical appliance and should not be used outside or in wet conditions.