Air Plant Holder with Wooden Magnet – Rustic and Eco-friendly Decor for Home and Offic

(3 customer reviews)

$ 15.99$ 32.99


Square: 1 3/4″ x 1 3/4″ x 2″ tall with a 1 1/8″ hole Perfect for medium or small sized air plants. These are hand cut and have a strong magnet in the back that is flush with the holder so there is no gap between the back of the holder and the surface it is magnetized to. These look great on a refrigerators, metal accent pieces, and metal cubicle dividers. They also make unique gifts that anyone would love. NOTE: We have many other air plants and accessories available in our Etsy shop! If you spend $35 or more, you will also receive FREE shipping! AIR PLANT CARE: Just dunk your air plant in water a few times until it is thoroughly wet. After watering, set your air plant on a towel or in an area with good airflow for 3-4 hours. Once it is fully dry, you can return the air plant to its display. Repeat this process once per week. If your air plant starts to look dry and develops brown tips, try soaking the air plant in water for 30 minutes to revitalize it.

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1 Holder, 1 Holder + Plant, 3 Pack Holder, 3 Pack + Air Plants

3 reviews for Air Plant Holder with Wooden Magnet – Rustic and Eco-friendly Decor for Home and Offic

  1. Ricka

    I cannot believe how fast I received this order…I love the pland and magnet. While looking through the reviews I saw some beautiful plants I would like to purchase. My plants and holder arrived in beautiful condition…the plant is so nice and green and the wood magnet is beautiful also. I will be back for more….thank you Air Plant Hub and Etsy!!

  2. Heidi

    Literally received these two days after ordering. Beautifully made and air plants in great condition! Would definitely recommend!

  3. Caroline Duffy

    These are so so cute and look so good with the air plants!

    The magnet will stick to any strong magnetic surface – I tried them out in multiple surfaces and found they hold great on most. I will note that the surface I wanted to stick these to (a whiteboard) was a pretty weak magnetic surface, so they were sliding down (happens with other magnets I’ve stuck on the board). I found a very easy fix though: I took some small, really strong magnets and suck them under the pots, and haven’t had any problems since!

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