Finally, Fake Houseplants That Don’t Look Fake

October 12, 2019 Home By
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The Sill, an online houseplant retailer, launched a collection of faux plants that look identical to their living, breathing counterparts. The faux plants make it easy for people who can’t (or won’t) regularly tend to their plants, have limited access to natural light or simply don’t have a green thumb to create their own indoor jungle.

The collection includes 14 potted plants from small plants like the Angel Wings Begonia to larger ones like the Weeping Ficus Tree. The lot also features a preserved fern kokedama and two sizes of the preserved “living wall.” Prices range from $75 to $940, and larger plants are only available for delivery to select parts of the New York City metro area.

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Tyler Chin

Tyler Chin is Gear Patrol’s Editorial Associate for Editorial Operations. He's from Queens, where tempers are short and commutes are long. Too bad the MTA doesn't have a team like Ed-Ops.

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