Waxed cardboard milk cartons are a favorite container for making cuttings. They’re tall and deep–the perfect shape to form roots.
What ever container you use, make lots of drianage holes in the bottom.
And use good MOIST growers mix. Press it in the container well so there are no air pockets.
Yes, you can always buy something new. I’ve seen little glass and plastic houses for rooting. The British have lovely (and pricey) garden jars–
But why not use what we already have?
What are your favorite ways to recycle in the garden?