Silk Plants Direct Inspires Decorating Throughout the Year with Latest Collection

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Silk Plants Direct launches an innovative and contemporary, artificial plant collection that includes artificial flower arrangements, trees, palms and topiary plants. Custom-made products can be designed and ordered with an array of foliage types, shapes and sizes.

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Artificial flowers are available in stylish ceramic or glass vases

If it were simply a matter of bringing nature's splendor indoors anytime of the year and keeping it looking healthy and fresh, there would be little need for silk plants and artificial flower arrangements. However, since the seasons and commercial greenhouses dictate what is in bloom, and it is challenging enough to have exotic tree-like plants thrive outdoors, much less inside, it is fortunate that artificial replicas today look anything but artificial. So lifelike they are, in fact, that an admirer would have to touch them to be certain they are not real.

There are many stores offering silk plants, but Silk Plants Direct is a store for some of the freshest and exotic collection of artificial plants, which are fashioned from finest silk material that is not only fire-retardant but also beautifully durable. Whether for decorating homes or commercial spaces, the detail that goes into the plants and trees is noteworthy, production enhanced by advanced technology that promotes affordability.

Innovative and contemporary, the newest collection from Silk Plants Direct features silk trees, which are highly sought after collections when planning the decoration of stature to interiors, or to decorate exterior patios, entryways, atriums, or high visibility areas. While silk plants and floral arrangements have, for over twenty years, provided decorative inspiration to enliven spaces with color and greenery, these new silk trees are stunning in their variety.

From banana and olive trees to stately palms, it is easy to recreate wide array of environments with the perfect visuals. The soaring trees realistically blend with smaller plants of similar origin, thus an areca palm can easily reside among smaller areca plants standing less than half as tall, just as nature intended. For bursts of color, gracious flowering trees, such as wisteria or romantic bougainvillea can also be interspersed. With such variety, there are countless ways to devise perfect indoor or outdoor plant settings of which nature would approve.

Further uses await the artificial flower arrangements, with enough colorful choices to look as if they have been plucked from a lavish garden. Available in ceramic or glass vases that are stylish and rich, customers can select realistic floral combinations, such as crepe myrtle and rhododendron with vivid purples and corals, or pristine one-of-a-kind arrangements, such as stargazer lilies. When adding color to dining room and foyer tables, there is not a nicer way to welcome guests any time of year.

Then, too, there are holiday silk flower arrangements, such as dashing red poinsettias. However, Silk Plants Direct offers variety here, too. While providing traditional potted plants at 27” tall, for those who want to add something extra to entryways and rooms with soaring ceilings, there are also poinsettia topiary designs, rising to 40” tall and shaped conically or in a snowball fashion.

The variety to be found at Silk Plants Direct online store in artificial plants and flower arrangements cannot be overestimated. Whether one fancies creating a springtime atmosphere with cherry blossom or dogwood trees or adding lifelike succulent and cactus silk plants to Southwestern decor that rival any found on the desert, this is the place to shop. Custom-made products can be designed and ordered with an array of foliage types, shapes and sizes. What's more, artificial plants will surely surpass any natural growth, blooming, and care cycle with a much shorter wait and no maintenance whatsoever once it arrives.

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