We always anxiously await Target's newest seasonal drops, but as soon as plant products are involved, it's a different kind of excitement. Though we are practicing planting preparedness for our outdoor spaces, that doesn't mean we should forget about our indoor plants. Target knows this—of course–and just released the newest installment of products in collaboration with plant expert Hilton Carter.
The plant products are officially in stores and online today, bringing a flourish of plant-powered designs to your space. In this collection, there are 30—you read that right!—new planters, plant stands, and faux greenery pieces with prices starting at $10.
Carter, who is an experienced plant caretaker, stylist, and interior expert, wants these plant pieces to bring some life and color to a space, even if the plant is faux. “My desire is for everyone to see plants as living art, so it’s important that the vessels that they are plotted in are designed not only for style but are thoughtful in how the plant lives on and thrives," he tells Target.
We're giving you an early look at these products, and even if your thumb isn't so green, there are plenty of faux plants for you. Scroll on to check out what is coming to a Target near you.
Hilton Carter for Target Large Terracotta Planter with Plant Stand
A planter and stand all in one, this option is great for really putting your plants on display. Terracotta releases moisture quickly, so these planters are great for plants that prefer dryer soil, like cacti and succulents.
Hilton Carter for Target Faux Monstera
Ah, the monstera. This plant is a delight for houseplant lovers anywhere, but it can sure be finicky to care for. In comes this faux option, and all of our woes are gone.
Hilton Carter for Target Concrete Planter
Carter listed this new planter as one of his favorite items—and for good reason. Concrete is durable and porous, which provides insulation for the soil to trap heat. This planter is perfect for warm-season plants, like orchids.
“These sleek, waterless planters were designed to help water your plants over time by pulling moisture through a rope and up into your soil," Carter says. A guarantee that your plant is watered? Sign us up.
Hilton Carter for Target Footed Terracotta Planter
You can't go wrong housing your plant in a classic terracotta planter, and this larger version could be home to a few of your favorite plants.
“When it comes to styling plants with the footed terracotta planters, I would go with something more upright," Carter explains. "A cat palm would explode beautifully out of this planter, giving you that more tropical look, But, it is special because it doesn’t hide the beauty and texture of the planter itself.”
Hilton’s new planters are actually sized to fit standard nursery pots, which means no messy replanting—hooray!
Hilton Carter for Target Faux Hanging Fern
There's nothing wrong with investing in a faux fern that will last a lifetime and look constantly verdant. Carter noted that this is another favorite pick of the collection, likely due to its effortlessly chic look and ease of installation.
Hilton Carter for Target Geometric Composite Planter
Opting for a composite planter gives you the best of all worlds in terms of planter material. This option from Target is lightweight, durable, and long-lasting. Its versatility can hold just about any houseplant, to boot.
“The beauty of this planter is in its geometric silhouette," Carter says, and we agree. "Its clean, sleek, and stylish look will be the perfect addition to any modern home.”
Hilton Carter for Target Metal Wire Plant Stand Terracotta
If you're all out of desks and shelves to place your houseplants, join the club. And then, head to Target to pick up this chic-as-can-be plant stand. It will give your plant a regal place to reside in any room.
Hilton Carter for Target Artificial Polka Dot Plant
Keeping a large tropical alive can be a doozy—and that's where this faux option comes in handy. If you love the look of the adorable polka dot plant, but have doubt that your shady corner can care for it, go with this realistic faux option.