Live plants are amazing. They give any space an extra bit of color and life.
However, live plants also require a great deal of spare time, energy, and money to keep them alive. In addition, people often have allergies to live plants that present their own set of challenges.
Too many people, the benefits of a live plant do not outweigh the negative impacts. So, if houseplant fertilizing is just not your thing, check out some of these beautiful faux plants that look just as beautiful as natural, living plants.
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The Artificial Snake Plant Looks Just Like The Real Thing
Real snake plants are reasonably easy to keep alive, check out these tips to help keep your plants alive.. Even still, they do require some work. This artificial Sansevieria Snake Plant comes in a black plastic pot and would look perfect in an office or living space. With two size options, 13.4 inches with seven leaves or 17.3 inches with twelve leaves, you can feature it on a table, on the floor or even as an attractive accent in your bookcase.
Though fake plants don’t require a lot of work, they need a little help to stay clean. The snake plant’s large leaves make this plant a breeze to clean. Simply dust the leaves once a month to keep it looking fantastic.
Fake Cactus Plants Can Fool Even The Trained Eye
Succulents and cacti have become popular for home decor in the last few years. With so much variety in what they look like, there will certainly be a color and size of faux plant to suit your purpose.
Cactus plants come in all shapes and sizes: short or tall, skinny or fat, spiny or smooth. Even better, with these artificial plants, the maintenance requirements are almost zero.
Choose an artificial cactus plant with flowers to provide blooming beauty to your space year-round.
A quick Amazon search will pull up a variety of cactus plants that could suit any of your needs. These cactus plants are so close to the real ones, even the most talented botanist could be fooled by their appearance.
So, pick your favorite faux cactus and enjoy all of the beauty of this popular plant with none of the work!
Fake Orchids Look Amazing And Last Forever
Orchids are stunning, but orchids can be finicky and hard to grow.
Finding just the right mix of sun, water and fertilizer can be a process of trial and error, forcing many people to give up on growing live orchids. But if you love orchids, don’t despair. Artificial orchid plants can provide the beauty of an orchid without the hard work of keeping it alive.
Like cactus and succulent plants, orchids come in a variety of colors and sizes. Artificial orchids also look great in a variety of pot shapes and styles.
Artificial orchids are perfect for low-light locations like bathrooms, but this artificial orchid will look beautiful anywhere in your home.
Artificial Boxwood Ball-Shaped Plants Can Make Your Porch Or Patio Look Lush And Green
Add an extra bit of greenery to your front porch with a boxwood topiary.
These Boxwood Topiary Ball Trees offer class and elegance to your front door. While real boxwood topiaries require a great deal of design and commitment to detail, these are not as demanding.
The structural element of these faux topiaries give the illusion of a meticulously manicured plant while not requiring hours of your time to keep them that way.
Fake Sunflowers Can Look As Real As Live Flowers, And Last A Lot Longer
Nature is not perfect.
Therefore, when looking for faux plants that will pass for real ones, don’t look for perfection. Instead, look for plants that offer flowers of different-sized blooms.
This is especially true in the case of sunflowers. This bouquet offers a few different size flowers, so it’s the perfect option for finding something that reflects real sunflowers but will last much longer.
Mixing Colors Can Make A Fake Flower Bouquet Look Real
While mixing size can help ensure an arrangement looks real, mixing shape and color provides the same effect.
When the eye sees different colors of leaves, it also tricks your brain into believing that the plant is real. After all, in nature, few things are just one color. Even the same plant can have different shades of color.
This beautiful bouquet would look lovely in a vase in your home! Notice the different colors and various types of greenery that help bring it to life. To take it to the next level, consider using some room spray on the roses to make them smell like the real thing.
A Simple Container Can Help Wildflowers Like Daisies Look Fresh-Picked
Add a bit of boho whimsy to your space with a simple glass container filled with wildflowers.
This beautiful daisy arrangement includes silk daisies that look like they just came from a field of wildflowers. Placed in a glass container, these look effortlessly playful and beautiful.
The different lengths of stems also add to the illusion of daisies just picked from the garden. The best part? No mosquito bites or bee stings from an actual field of wildflowers.
Calla Lilies Naturally Look Fake, So Embrace Their Artificial Look
Calla lilies are beautiful, but funny enough, with their waxy blooms, they are often mistaken for fake flowers.
That’s good news for you, though. Embrace their fake appearance with this lovely bouquet of Calla Lilies and revel in the fact that your beautiful bouquet looks exactly the same as a real one. Plus, these flowers won’t die on you!
Artificial Fiddle Leaf Fig Tree Makes A Great Indoor Corner Plant
When it comes to artificial plants, they are the pieces that take an arrangement from obviously fake to super realistic. This lovely fig tree has a trunk with bumpy details, and those small details help give the illusion that this adorable tree is real.
You may be the only one who knows the truth. Since this tree has a very long trunk, your eye is drawn up toward the leaves. It also means you’ll more likely to notice the realistic trunk.
Plants are lovely, but worrying about overwatering or underwatering is not. If keeping houseplants alive is just not your talent, you can find the perfect option in the artificial plant world.
What are your favorite artificial plants? We’d love to know! Connect with us in the comments!