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Sometimes greenery needs an extra lift to go from good to great. Propping a plant on a pedestal draws the eye upward and creates levels in a garden vignette. Here, we’ve rounded up 9 plant stands in a variety of colors and materials, all priced from low to high. But don’t worry, even the most expensive item on this list comes in at under $200 — more money for more plants, right?

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Ceramic planter with wood stand from World Market, $24.99

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Inject color and texture into your space with this dark turquoise ceramic planter paired with a warm wood stand.

Susina planter with stand from Structube, $25.00

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Looking to add height to your personal jungle? Try this 70-centimeter (27.5-inch) metal stand with a bold brass planter.

Crescent planter stand from Arro Home, $29.00

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This planter stand from Australian retailer Arro Home is both whimsical and affordable. With international shipping to both Canada and the U.S., you really can’t pass this one up.

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SATSUMAS plant stand from IKEA, $39.99

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This tiered stand allows you to display a trio of houseplants. Like most IKEA pieces, the design is clean and minimal, so it won’t take away from the rest of your decor.

Noa metal planter and stand from Urban Outfitters, $49.00

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Available in a black or mint matte finish, this modern plant stand measures 10 inches tall and 8 inches wide.

Double planter white and black from Zone Maison, $50.00

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Real talk: this double planter is designed by Umbra and retails for double the price if you buy it directly from their website. Save some serious cash by taking advantage of Zone’s 50 percent off sale.

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Bistro rattan planter and stand from Urban Outfitters, $99.00

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Rattan is all the rage right now, and this coordinating planter and stand would make the perfect addition to a boho-modern interior.

Iris planter and chevron stand from West Elm, $129.00

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While it’s *technically* only suitable for indoor use, we think this planter and metal stand set would look fantastic on a patio or balcony (covered, of course). Choose dangling plants like string of pearls or devil’s ivy for added drama.

Montgolfier indoor/outdoor plant stand from Anthropologie, $168.00

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The graphic shape of this two-tiered plant stand is amplified by its vibrant orange color. While it comes with a heftier price tag, two “perfectly sized” pots are included in your purchase.

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