FEJKA artificial potted plants don’t require a green thumb. Perfect when you have better things to do than water plants and pick up dead leaves. You’ll have everyone fooled because they look so lifelike.
Lifelike artificial plant that remains looking fresh year after year.
Perfect if you can't have a live plant, but still want to enjoy the beauty of nature.
Great price 😊. Loved theSarahGreat price 😊. Loved the customer service and the plant!5
Just love itMARYAMBeautiful5
Great decorative fake plantRaviIt is nice and compact, and offers value for the money paid.5
Great "plant" valueJEANLove this little plant! It drapes beautifully and is just the right amount of green I. A small area.5
Lovely Waterfall PlantArleneLovely cascade of a soft green5
Fun to add to walls shelves orSandyThat one bare spot that needs a bit of help. I have 3. ;)5
Takes far to many “strands”CynthiaTakes far to many “strands” to make a decent looking plant3
Nice addition to our bathroomHEATHERNice addition to our bathroom shelves4
Great productsMICHELEI appreciate the value and quality of IKEA products. IKEA has helped make my home comfortable and beautiful- Thank You ❤️5
This is just the perfectNANCYThis is just the perfect little touch on shelves that I was looking for. Thank you.5
I am not a bigTamaraI am not a big fan of fake plants but I love this one. It looks real. And I have a small container I needed a plant where there's not enough light. This fits the bill!5
hanging plantMaureenI needed a plant for a space without much sunlight. I am very happy with the appearance of this plant5
A great addition to the Bathroom!KarenLooks great and modern in my bathroom.5
Love, Love, LoveLISALove the Fejka artificial plant. I’ve purchased two, for separate rooms. Perfect for spots that can’t be reached to water or areas with no sun.5
FejkaCarolLove this. It’s just right.5
LOVE, Love, Love!!!LindaLOVE, Love, Love!!!5
Nice as expectedSubhashiniNice as expected5
NiceSherryLoved them so much, came back and bought 2 more5
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Guaranteed green, with no effort
Artificial potted plants give the same cozy, green feeling as live plants - but you don't have to water and care for them. You can place them in a dark corner, go away on holiday or just forget all about them - and still have fresh-looking plants at home.