Monstera Copper Plant Stand & Trio Succulent Gang

Monstera Copper Plant Stand & Trio Succulent Gang


This trio of gorgeous succulents and must-have Monstera in our bespoke copper pots and a stylish black metal frame is sure to bring some green style into your home – we think you’ll love them as much as we do!

Care needs: Low Maintenance PlantsPet-friendly: NoLight level: Medium Light

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A set of matching copper potted plants to enhance any space. This eye-catching Succulent Copper Trio House, paired with a must-have Monstera Copper Plant Stand are sure to add some serious wow-factor and style to your home.

This gang of easy-care plants in matching copper pots really makes the most stunning addition to your home.

The Copper Succulent Trio House includes 3 different living succulents planted in little copper pots in a black metal house. Paired with the Monstera in copper plant stand, both with matching Little Botanical tags, making this gang a real must-have for any interior lover.

This Monstera, aka Swiss Cheese Plant, is bang on trend and we think is a firm essential for any indoor jungle. Perfect for a coffee table or sideboard, the copper and metal plant stand shows off the green Monstera beautifully. With the correct light and care, those characteristic heart shaped Monstera leaves will soon start to split to form the classic Monstera leaf structure.

The gang includes:

- Monstera in Copper Plant Stand

Copper Trio Succulent House

The Monstera is an instagrammers dream; super popular and stunning to look at. Read more about why this jungle friend is so trendy in our article in The Hot House.

The lovely mini copper pots and metal house really make a big statement; while being easy to care, they are a must-have for home & interior lovers.

They are stylish, warm and chic – just perfect if you’re looking to add a pop of colour to a shelf or coffee table. We love to see them on your desk as a stylish study buddy, but they will work anywhere in your home.

Why not add this pretty copper plant gang to your home or send your plant-loving friend a gorgeous green gift. They will be delighted to open the box and find these little gems in their matching copper pots. We’ll even hand-write a gift message for you.

Please note: The variety of Monstera is dependant on availability.


These 3 succulents are easy to look after. Just don’t overwater. Water once a month in winter and more frequently in Summer. Tip the pots upside down to allow any excess water to drip out to ensure the plant isn’t sitting in water for long periods of time as this can damage the roots.

Water once a week. We recommend watering from the base for these larger indoor house plants, allow to soak for 10 minutes in a sink with cool water, If the soil looks damp, let it dry out a little before adding more water. Feed with a generic houseplant feed every couple of months however this shouldn’t be needed for the first 3-6 months. The Monstera likes sunshine but not too hot!

The leaves are a beautiful glossy dark green heart shape – keep them shiny with a quick wipe of a damp cloth once a month.

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