It's the four letter word that everyone is afraid to utter. A real "F" bomb. As in faux. Faux plants. You've all seen the movie "Groundhog Day"....right? That's Monday's here. I get up, make my bed, brush my teeth and get dressed. On a good day I manage to brush my hair too but not always. Then I feed the girls breakfast, pack lunches and get them bundled off for school. After feeding the pets it's time to get serious about watering the plants. Monday is the designated day for that. With no target in mind, I tend to ignore the problem and plants start dying all over the place. Not acceptable for a garden blogger! After the drudgery is done, I'm tempted to toss their plant butts to the curb and go faux. No need to water ever again and no shedding leaves. Dead-headding. What's that? And come to think of it, no stress about dead plants. So take a deep breath because I'm going to level with you. Faux plants can be great and are becoming increasingly more convincing. So if you don't divulge your dirty little plant secret, we won't either! Promise. Here's a bit of advice about fake plants and what you should consider now.
Hi, I'm Laura and hail from Western New York. I consider myself a lifelong learner who loves gardening with a 360 degree view. Thanks for stopping by!
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