Succulent and Cacti Mountainview Planter with Descending Moon

£ 18.21

  • EUR: € 20.95
  • USA: $ 23.14
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  • CAD: $ 31.48

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This terracotta colorful planter depicts succulents and cacti with growing in a desert with red and orange mountains as its backdrop. The moon is descending amist a purple sky.

The planter is 4X4 and comes with a mint colored saucer.

Happy to customize the colors if you’d prefer a different look or various versions.

Acrylic paint protected by srtrong varnish.

***Plant not included (but its a sansiviera if you want to purchase! One of my all time favorites)

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