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Have A Wood Flower Rack To Decorate Your Home!

Our wood flower rack is made of solid wood which is durable and sturdy. The carbonized surface not only makes the shelf harder, but also makes the surface more uniform. The structure of the 6 layers allows you to place 13 flower pots of different sizes. The hollow design not only increases the breathability of plants, but also allows excess water to flow down, thus saving water. Its irregular patterns and symmetrical patterns give it a unique shape, and you can put it in your living room for all kinds of items. Spray paint on surfaces can be waterproof, so you can put it outside.

  • Made of natural solid wood, the shelf is sturdy and durable
  • 6-tier wood shelf provides large spaces for plants of all sizes to grow better
  • Hallow design increases the circulation of air and ensures plants' breathability
  • "li"Water comes out of the bottom of the pot to automatically water the plants "li"Its irregular wood grain and symmetrical structure give it a unique shape "li"It is multi-functional and can suitable for many occasions
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Giantex Flower Rack Wood Plant Stand Wood Shelves Bonsai Display

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