Average Rating based on 6 reviews 3.500000 0 5
Verified Buyer Reviewed by flotsome and jetsome from the adirondacks NY on Thursday, January 3, 2013with the little wooden box in the background, i assumed the herbs were in a few pots. did not like several herbs stuffed into one little pot. they didn't even look real.
Verified Buyer Reviewed by beachy girl from Santa Cruz. cal. on Friday, December 14, 2012Was in too big a hurry and didn't read the description thouroughly enough. I thought they were growing kits with a cute pot and seeds and the picture showed the plants growing. I bought two as Christmas gifts but they're plastic. For the price, I did keep one to put in my garden outside because from a distance, it does look real. In general, I have no use for plastic, fake anything.
Verified Buyer Reviewed by Gram in NC from NC on Monday, August 6, 2012The pot does leave traces and the leaves don't look as real as I'd hoped, but it does brighten up a top shelf.
Verified Buyer Reviewed by she who walks a lot from Bay Village Oh on Tuesday, July 10, 2012I really like this little pot of faux herbs. It's very cute and not too expensive. I use it in the dining room to give a spot of color to an otherwise to dull area.
- Best Uses: By a window, Good for kitchen area
- Pros: Attractive, nice, Realistic
Verified Buyer Reviewed by Momnip from Sparta, NJ on Tuesday, May 29, 2012I picked this up on a ST sale and have since seen it even cheaper. (So I might be a bit "sour" on this item.) But I kept it...just not worth sending back. The price I paid still good relative to Home Goods and quality very similar. I just was hoping for silk rather than plastic greens. Maybe I didn't read the description close enough. It really is a fine item and very typical for little potted greens/herbs. Just grab it when it's really cheap at ST.
- Best Uses: Decorating
- Cons: Greenery is plastic
- Pros: Design
Verified Buyer Reviewed by deb from boswell pa on Tuesday, April 17, 2012Very pretty