Artificial Plants, Artificial Trees, and more
I started PLANTS ENHANCE in 1987 and to begin with I was working with live plants. I rented out the plants to offices and commercial premises and then watered and maintained them every two weeks in order to keep them looking good and changing any plants and trees that were not at their best.
I soon realised that some areas of the offices where just not right for live plants and I was going to have to go down the route of artificial plants. Now I am not at all arty or crafty and cannot arrange a flower for anything so I struggled to begin with taking a flat artificial plant and making it look life like. Also the standard of the artificial plants and trees on offer was not only very limited but they also looked like plastic.
I have seen the standard of artificial plants and trees as well as flowers just come on in leaps and bounds and it is sometimes difficult to tell the real from the fake. I gradually learnt how to arrange the fake plants but the artificial side was only used if the live plants could not survive.
I was thinking that with the nights drawing in and the weather certainly on the change, well here in Somerset anyway, what can I do to cheer people up. Flowers are the answer. Check out my range of artificial flowers. There are single stem flowers which include the striking gladiola flowers in red, damson and magenta any of these gladiola flowers will brighten up a room. I have a lovely blue hydrangea flower that is actually a discontinued line so once these have gone I cannot get anymore. I am pleased with this fake hydrangea as some of the artificial hydrangea tend to be a bit too delicate and the blooms fall off.
There are lots of single stem artificial gerbera flowers to chose from and the peach gerbera flowers are reduced as well. If peach is not your colour then why not chose from the yellow, cream – well white really! Flame (which is orange) and wine colour.
A new fake gerbera that I have recently added to my collection is the lovely deep red gerbera.
If you would rather have your artificial gerbera in a pot then why not check out the potted gerbera. Along with these potted gerbera there are also potted crocus, dahlia and roses to name but a few in the potted artifical flower range.
The artificial flowers that really appeal to me are the bunches of flowers. If like me you have trouble arranging flowers then here is the answer as these fake flowers are ready just to pop into your vase and you have an instant arrangement to brighten up any room in the house or office.
I especially like the artificial rose bunches along with the freesia flowers, it is a shame that the fake freesia flowers don’t come with the lovely aroma that the real ones have.