Fool ’em with Faux Plants

Let’s face it – we weren’t all born with a green thumb, but you can still bring the beauty of the outdoors into you home in a quick and easy fashion with artificial plants!

Fool 'em with Faux Plants

A couple rules of thumb:

1.  Choose artificial plants in colors that actually occur in nature for the most true-to-life look!

2.  Feel free to mix real elements of nature (branches, moss, etc…) into your artificial arrangement.

3.  Display your artificial plants in a natural setting.  If your plants were real, where would you place them so that they would thrive?  For example, live succulents require bright light, so place your fakes in a window! Placing them on a dark shelf is a dead giveaway that they aren’t real.

Don’t be afraid to fake it with faux plants!  Keep reading for some inspiration!

BTW, all the below arrangements are currently available at Matlack Florist, so stop in if something catches your eye!

Silk Succulents

Create a gorgeous arrangement of assorted succulents. Vary the height and colors to draw the eye and give the arrangement texture!

Fairy Garden Cloche

Fairy Gardens are our favorite new trend! These miniature gardens will bring a touch of whimsy to your home decor.

Silk Orchid Plant

Silk plants are a great option for those who are looking to bring the beauty of the outdoors inside, but want to avoid all of the maintenance of a live plant!

Mini Silk Greens Cloche

Display your favorite faux plants as the lovely natural pieces of art that they are!  A glass cloche will really draw attention to their beauty!

Did you read our previous blogs this month?  If not, take a look!!  Last week we posted “How to Care for your Silk Flowers,” which included tips on how to display, clean and store your silk arrangements.

The week before we provided you with some inspiration on how to use silks to create a beautiful home, in “5 Ways to Use Silks in Your Home.”

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