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Fiberstone Cylinder - Warm Grey

$ 20.00

With its classic cylindrical shape, our Fiberstone Cylinder makes an elegant home for your houseplants. Fiberstone, a unique mixture of fiberglass, finely ground stone, cement and sand, is both lightweight and durable. In warm gray, the surface of these pots has a lightly marbled appearance and a matte finish. The base of each pot is fitted with soft pads to protect furniture and surfaces.


Available in two sizes:
Small: 4.7"W x 4.5"H
Large: 5.9"W x 5.7"H 

Because of the variety in shapes and sizes of grow pots, some may not fit inside this planter. This planter does not have a drainage hole; if direct potting, consider a layer of activated charcoal. Scindapsus pictus sold separately.

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Olivia A.
United States United States
Love this pot!

My parlor palm is loving this pot and I am too! I wasn't crazy about the lack of drainage hole situation, so I made one at the bottom of the pot, and it worked out well.

Pistils Nursery Fiberstone Cylinder - Warm Grey Review
Bill C.
United States United States
Great purchase all around

Communication was top-notch, packaging was fantastic, and my new plant arrived in great shape. Included instructions were great as well.

Julia R.
United States United States
Beautiful, simple pot

I absolutely love this fiberstone cylinder pot. It is the perfect compliment to my new ZZ plant. It is simple but beautiful, and heavy enough to be sturdy but without being too heavy. The grey color is just right. (I was worried a “warm” grey would be too beige, but it’s not.) I wish I had ordered a couple more. Also, excellent communication from Pistils about my order.

Pistils Nursery Fiberstone Cylinder - Warm Grey Review