Artificial leaf, Monstera/green80 cm

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SMYCKA Artificial leaf, Monstera/green, 80 cm
SMYCKA Artificial leaf, Monstera/green, 80 cm
SMYCKA Artificial leaf, Monstera/green, 80 cm

Imagine always having a fresh-looking bouquet without the cost or maintenance. These flowers look so real you can almost smell them. There’s a wide choice so you can rearrange now and again for a new look.

Article Number003.357.05

Product details

Lifelike artificial leaf that remain just as fresh-looking and beautiful year after year.

You can bend and adjust the flower any way you want because of the steel wire in the stem.

The stem can be shortened by means of cutting pliers.

Article Number003.357.05
  • Polyethylene plastic, Steel

    Wipe clean with a dry cloth.


Height: 80 cm

    Artificial leafArticle no.003.357.05

    Width: 33 cm

    Height: 1 cm

    Length: 80 cm

    Weight: 0.09 kg

    Package(s): 1


LovelyVerified BuyerAdds a nice touch to my interior, would love this also in an elephant ear plant5
SMYCKA artificial leafJoanne1111I had bought 2 leafs to see how they looked and love them. I'll be buying more next visit.5
Life likeThe Twa SistersThese artificial leaves are great for winter flower arrangements.5
Worth every pennyAkaye82Great in a large vase love them5
FabulousEveryoneSuper cute and cheap. It was only £3 and helps my rooms minimalistic boho vibe.5
Ms Py PossiblePerfect!! Exactly what I wanted5
One of my favourite things from IkeaI have a few of these around the house. Really good looking even though it doesn’t really look real. It’s perfectly faux plant like!5
Looks greatGood quality artificial leaf. Great colour5
Realistic sizeLooks really good and is very versatile.5

Function solution

Beauty that never wilts

With artificial flowers it's easy to enjoy the splendour of flowers year round. They are always fresh and you can rearrange them again and again. Bend and cut them any way you like to create personal bouquets - or why not mix them with real flowers?