Don't have a green thumb? Target's faux plant collection can fix that—here are our favorites

No watering needed

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Keeping plants alive is a skill and many of us just can't manage it. If you're tired of looking at wilted plants, it may be time to consider artificial plants. For those without a green thumb, fake plants are a simple solution for incorporating greenery into your home decor. 

Not all fake plants were made equally, though, with some unable to pass off as the real thing. Thankfully, Target has partnered with the designer Hilton Carter to launch a faux plant collection that truly has us fooled. 

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The limited-time-only collection features a range of fake and real plants from small to extra-large and even includes plant accessories for gardeners of all levels. Whether you're looking for maintenance-free care or want some chic accessories to store your plants in, this collection has probably got it.

The designer for this collection, Hilton, has always been a huge plant enthusiast and advocate. Initially, he started his career sharing plant care tips and styling content on social media. Since then, he has grown his following to close to half a million people. It seemed only natural then for Target to collaborate with him for this collection.

Hilton Carter x Target

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"We designed the collection for those that want to stylishly blur that line of indoor and outdoor," said Hilton in a statement. "For me, the inspiration started with a color palette. I knew I wanted the collection to bring on the colors of the natural world, including earth tones that would help elevate the greenery in and around them."

Most of the collection is under $30, providing you with affordable options to either kickstart or grow your plant collection.

Hilton Carter x Target

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The collection will be available in select Target stores and online while supplies last. We definitely can't wait to update our homes with a few of these plants and put our favorites below for you to shop.

Hilton Carter x Target faux plants


Faux Succulent Plant in Ribbed Pot White, $10

From boho to industrial aesthetics, insert a tiny bit of green into your home. This miniature succulent is perfect for small or large spaces and offers a natural look without the added maintenance of a real plant.


Faux Succulent Lamb's Ear Plant in Ribbed Pot Black, $10

This versatile plant was designed to go with most design schemes and features a ribbed black pot for added texture.


Artificial Rojo Congo Plant in Ribbed Ceramic Pot White, $50

If you're looking for a larger plant to sit inside your home, this faux option is 39-inches by 24-inches and would look nice alone or resting on an accent table.


Faux String of Hearts Plant in Ceramic Pot Black, $25

Soften your home with a natural-looking hanging faux plant. The string of hearts was designed with tumbling vines bringing a natural touch to almost any space.


Faux Monstera Adansonii Plant in Pot with Wood Stand White, $50

Designed to look sleek, this potted plant will freshen up most rooms with its vibrant green shade and adorable accent pot, and wooden stand.

Hilton Carter x Target plant accessories 


Hilton Carter for Target Glass Plant Mister Yellow/Amber Gray, $20

Ditch the watering can for a nice plant mister that will help hydrate your plants in style.


Hilton Carter for Target Iron and Marble Plant Stand Gold, $25

Draw attention to your plants with a stylish accent table. This stand features contrasting gold and white shades to help pull together almost any room.


Hilton Carter for Target Stoneware Planter Black, $25

Keep your plants safe and healthy in a planter that you can display. The clean hourglass design was made for both outdoor and indoor use, depending on what you prefer.

Rylee is a U.S. news writer who previously worked for woman&home and My Imperfect Life covering lifestyle, celebrity, and fashion news. Before joining woman&home and My Imperfect Life, Rylee studied journalism at Hofstra University where she explored her interests in world politics and magazine writing. From there, she dabbled in freelance writing covering fashion and beauty e-commerce for outlets such as the TODAY show, American Spa Magazine, First for Women, and Woman’s World.