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Item No: AGF4028

14 inch Outdoor Artificial Red Bromeliad: Unpotted

3 Product Reviews
Leaves In: 2-3 Business Days
Price You Pay $30.00
List Price $46.15
34% OFF
+50 in stock
  • +50 in stock
  • UV resistant for outdoor use
Product Details
If you are looking for low plants for the front of your flowerbed, consider this artificial bromeliad. You can plant it just like the real thing and the bright red bloom will add a pop of color. The UV protected leaves will stay looking great for years to come and best of all; you will not have to worry about temperatures, watering or maintenance.
Product Specifications
UV Rating:UV protected and specifically manufactured for outdoor use
Height Inches:14
Width Inches:12
Measurements:Trees are measured from the top of tree to the bottom of the pot. Fluffed trees may settle 6-12 inches.
Leaf Count:9
Leaf Type:plastic
Base:decorative planter not included
Warranty:Commercial UV Warranty: click for details
Reviews Summary:
5 Star (2)
4 Star (1)
3 Star(0)
2 Star (0)
1 Star (0)
(4.7) 3 Product Reviews
red bromeliad
Verified Buyer
"wonderful purchase. i will order more when they go on sale."
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The perfect product!
Verified Buyer
"I have tried to get my Landlord to plant something in a 3ft by 12ft area in front of my Apartment for 2 years. So I took it upon myself and purchased these (ARTIFICIAL) plants, which means I can take them with me when I move? I purchsed a few bags of red landscape rock to go around them and WOW they look real. I am going to order more to fill in some areas. Only problem I can see, THEY WON,T LAST"
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Best when seen from above
Verified Buyer
"I bought these for pots on a patio. They were too full to group together and looked odd singly. They would be great grouped together in the ground."
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