Artificial Succulent Plants and How to Decorate With Them

Have you thought about decorating with artificial succulent plants? As much as I love my gardens outside, I do not have a lot of luck growing succulents inside. My husband jokes that I am the only person he knows that has killed an aloe plant. He’s not kidding. I love the way that succulents look. So, in an effort to bring them into my home, I’ve decided to try a few artificial plants.

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Artificial Succulent Plants

I love the way that flowers and plants look in any home. They bring a splash of color and really help brighten up the room. Unlike real plants and succulents, they don’t require much care.  I don’t need to worry about them if I have a busy day and forget to water them. And, if I am traveling I can trust that they’ll look just as good when I get back as when I left. They are the perfect gift for any busy woman whether it’s a treat for yourself or a gift for Mother’s Day.

Artificial succulent arrangements

If you’re looking for a centerpiece for your table or an accent for your hutch or entertainment center, an arrangement of succulents is a great choice. Several smaller succulents in a terrarium, basket or pot will add visual interest. Unlike real plants and flowers, you won’t need to worry about your cats nibbling on the leaves.

Artificial succulents in pots

If you have an open corner or wall in your room that you’d like to brighten up, consider adding artificial succulents in pots. We have a dark area in our kitchen that doesn’t get enough light to grow a real plant. But, I love the way this succulent garden in a wood planter looks! The detailing on the planter just adds so much style to the room.

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Decorating with Artificial Succulent Plants in Your Home

Where to place artificial succulent plants

When you add an artificial plant to your home, the idea is that you want people to think it’s real. You want to place it in an area of your home that it could grow if it was real. No, the conditions don’t have to be perfect. But, they should be pretty close to it.

Create a styled corner

Half of the fun of decorating is creating something unique and special. Don’t just stick your artificial succulent on a table and walk away. Create a setting that brings out the color and style of each arrangement. Depending on the type of plant, consider adding a few books, seashells, or a candle.

Nearly Natural sells a variety of artificial succulent plants as well as artificial flowers, wreaths, and arrangements. I love the succulents that I received. The quality is truly amazing and far surpasses anything that I’ve seen in a store.

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Ellen is a busy mom of a 20-year-old son and 25-year-old daughter. She owns 5 blogs and is addicted to social media. She believes that it doesn’t have to be difficult to lead a healthy life. She shares simple healthy living tips to show busy women how to lead fulfilling lives. If you’d like to work together, email info@confessionsofanover-workedmom.com to chat.



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  1. I'm all in favor any plants that don't require me to bring actual dirt into my home.

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