Plant lovers rejoice! The Hilton Carter x Target collection makes house plant styling a breeze
The Hilton Carter for Target collaboration is a plant-lovers dream — green thumb or not
Plant enthusiasts rejoice: Hilton Carter has officially teamed up with Target for their plant-lovers collection to end all other plant-lovers collections.
Meaning, it's time to run to the nearest computer and add the best outdoor furniture to your shopping carts – and this brand-new, limited-edition collection too.
Infused with Hilton’s traditional modernistic and agreeable style, the more than 65-item selection highlights everything from faux greenery to lush live plants, as well as unique plant accessories constructed to cultivate joy in your home all year round.
Available now, this stellar line ranges from $5 to $130 and suitable for all plant-lovers — green thumb or not. Plus, to get everyone into the shopping spirit, the Homes & Gardens team listed seven of the can't-miss items from the Hilton Carter x Target collection below.
- See: Hilton Carter's house plant tip: the one thing you must do to keep house plants alive
1. Bring greenery inside with the help of this faux foliage
7ft Faux Natal Mahogany Tree in Pot - Hilton Carter for Target for $130, at Target
Housed in a white ceramic pot with a ribbed finish for sleek style and texture, this artificial potted plant blends in wonderfully with a range of decor schemes, from boho to mid-century modern to industrial. The faux natal mahogany adds to your space natural-looking flair and a touch of architectural appeal with its grand stature, oval leaves, and woody stem — all without the upkeep of a real plant for a decorative accent that remains lush and green.
2. Showcase plants with the help of this stylish stem stand
6.75" x 2.5" Wood/Metal Plant Stem Stand - Hilton Carter for Target for $20, at Target
Featuring a steel frame and acacia wood top, this plant stem stand features six circular cutouts fitted with glass test tubes so you can fill them with water and place them in up to six plant cuttings to propagate additional plants for your collection. The 6.75-inch-tall stand is perfect for use in bright indirect light, so you can place it on a windowsill or tabletop and watch your tiny plants start to grow.
3. Spruce up gallery walls with the help of this must-have mount
7" x 1.5" Wall Mounted Metal Plant Stand Vessel - Hilton Carter for Target for $10, at Target
Designed with a 7-inch diameter metal circle that holds a small glass vessel for propagating plant clippings, this wall-mounted plant stand makes a beautiful addition to your home décor while helping you add to your plant family.
4. Keep your plants watered and looking lush with this sleek stoneware
10" x 5" Ceramic Watering Can White -, Hilton Carter, for Target for $25, at Target
This white stoneware watering can feature an allover speckled look and texture, and the raw ceramic handle is unglazed to offer contrasting color and a better grip. With a tall silhouette that holds up to two liters of water and a long spout for watering hard-to-reach plants, you'll love the convenience and beauty this white ceramic watering can add to your indoor jungle.
5. Store your humidity-loving plants alive in this timeless terrarium
54" x 15" Iron/Glass House Terrarium Planter Black - Hilton Carter for Target for $100, at Target
This metal and glass terrarium features a black powder-coated iron frame for a look that complements a wide variety of color palettes and decor schemes, and the rectangular shape features glass walls on all sides so you can admire your plants from any angle.
Brittany Romano wrote for Homes & Gardens as a U.S. Shopping Editor. A graduate of New England College, Brittany started her career as a freelance fashion market assistant at Marie Claire. She later joined AMI, where she designed a highly profitable commerce vertical. Noted for her award-winning content, she's covered everything from celebrity beauty hacks to the most lavish home decor.
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