White cylindrical plastic pot ensures long-lasting use
Looks good year-round with no maintenance
Dimensions (Overall): 12 inches (H) x 10 inches (W) x 10 inches (D)
Weight: .56 pounds
Faux Floral Material: Polyethylene
Container Material: Plastic
Decorative Accents: Faux Foliage
Filler Type: Faux potting soil
Plant Variety: Eucalyptus
Item Number (DPCI): 065-07-4360
Give your home decor a fresh and lively touch with this Artificial Eucalyptus Arrangement in a Pot from Project 62™. This artificial plant is design to look just like real eucalyptus, and comes in a white pot that adds simple beauty to your space. It has realistic light and dark green leaves to provide a natural look that blends with any decor, while requiring no upkeep at all. Simply place this artificial eucalyptus pot next to your desk, reading chair or coffee table to add a warm and inviting feel to your space.
1962 was a big year. Modernist design hit its peak and moved into homes across the country. And in Minnesota, Target was born — with the revolutionary idea to celebrate design for all. Project 62 embodies this legacy with a collection of modern pieces made for everyday living.
Great little fake plant. I bought 1 Eucalyptus and 2 ferns from the same collection and I can think of a hundred places to display them in my home. Perfect for a spring refresh or in my case bringing plant "life" into each room of a window lacking apartment. Great quality, think I'll be going back for more.
Perfect in every aspect. Color is spot on and the 3 I bought look real. I arranged the stems so they were a little wider and they are just perfect above my kitchen sink with a candle in the middle. I am going to purchase more for bathrooms and bedrooms. The value is exceptional. I love that I can't kill them and that they look so real. HIGHLY recommend.
I bought a couple variations of the plants from this collection to make my bedroom a bit more homey. The minimal white pots go well with any room I put them in. The eucalyptus one in particular looks the most realistic because you can’t see the plastic, symmetrical stems that the big-leafed plants have. The “soil” is a textured shiny black plastic that looks like most dirt from far away. Would definitely buy more variations if I had a bigger space to use.