Saturday, June 23, 2018

Review: Museum Trees


I've said before that I like having indoor plants but I can't seem to keep them alive so I rely on artificial plants to bring color and life to my apartment. I have several artificial plants but I'm always on the look out for more because they really do brighten things up. 

So this week I added another artificial plant to my apartment. It's bigger or rather taller than the others that I have and I really think it fits in nicely in the living room which is small so it's hard to find new pieces to fit. Museum Trees offers custom artificial trees and plants that fit in anywhere you'd like to add them. 

I've been thinking of adding a taller plant in my living room for a while so when I saw this one, I knew it would fit in nicely and it really does. This artificial plant came with the pot and it really looks real. When our daughter came over she said she couldn't tell that it was an artificial plant at all. I really like the look of it and it just takes a damp cloth to clean the leaves when they get dusty. I don't have to worry about dirt, pollen or dry leaves falling off and making a mess. 

Living in a small apartment with no balcony and no place to have a garden outside makes it hard to have live plants around but artificial plants are just as nice in my opinion and I'm happy I don't have to deal with insects and dirt. I stood this plant right next to my bookshelf and think it goes well where it is. 

If you think you and your family would enjoy having an artificial tree in your home, you can visit Silk Plants Direct and use promo code BLOGGER10 to save 10% on your order (custom orders excluded).

Disclaimer: I was given a free artificial plant in exchange for an honest review but all opinions are my own. 

18 comments:

  1. I'm not much of a plant person. I'd probably be the one guy to kill an fake plant

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    1. lol Thankfully I haven't killed any of the fake ones...yet.

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  2. We can’t have live plants here because, well, we’d eat them so we have several artificial ones too.

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  3. It does look real and has a nice shape.

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  4. I'm not the best at keeping plants alive either... they just don't like me! My husband and son have a garden this year, and it's been doing pretty well. My only contribution is watering it every day. I can't mess that up, right?

    L @ Do You Dog-ear?

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    1. I would probably over water. lol

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  5. Does look real indeed. The cat would eat it though, artificial or not haha

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  6. I love plants but unfortunately so does my one cat. She eats them till she's sick so I have to only have them in my bedroom and that door has to be kept closed.

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  7. I am a plant killer ;)

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  8. Artificial plants and flowers can work well in a home …

    All the best Jan

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  9. It certainly looks nice in your home. I can't seem to keep anything real alive either.

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