Plants, like people, are a peculiar kind that comes in all shapes and sizes. Some are needy and some are low-maintenance. Some are delicate, vulnerable and need all the care in the world, while others are strong, sturdy and entirely independent. If you are into the outdoorsy lifestyle and love to surround yourself with nature, you might go for the real thing for its liveliness and fragrance. If you are a more practical, no-nonsense kind of person, you might be more inclined to opt for silk plants as they represent a rational investment of your time, energy and money. Of course, if you are a little bit of both, you can always have the best of both worlds. Either way, the plants in your home should complement both who you are as a person and your lifestyle choices. Take a look at various live and silk house plants San Diego, and find the perfect match for your personality! To make the right call, ask yourself the following questions.
I often come across the same reaction when I suggest someone a silk plant for their arrangement – the surprised, slightly confused and even suspicious pause and a look that almost says: Aren’t you supposed to promote live plants? Yes, and exactly because I’m a professional I know when a silk plant would work better than a live one.
If you still imagine a crudely-cut loudly-painted flower-wannabe when you hear the words “silk plant”, you should update your idea of them. Silk plants – faux, artificial or fake plants – have evolved immensely in their visual and tactile appeal. At least when we are talking about silk plants in San Diego. There could be places that don’t have beautiful-looking silk plants easily available, but that’s not your case. San Diego Botanicals offers full-scale design and maintenance services for silk plants in San Diego that provide premium quality at competitive prices.
And here’s why we would recommend silk plants for your residential or commercial space.
Silk plants are definitely easier to maintain than natural plants. You don’t have to water them (actually, you mustn’t); there is no need for trimming them or collecting the dry leaves. However, like on any immovable object, it is easier for dust, dirt and cobwebs to form on them. Therefore, you need to clean them regularly. Some silk plants are pretty delicate, so you have to be extra careful not to ruin them. There are many ideas that silk plants San Diego owners have tried, and we have gathered the most time-saving and efficient ways to clean both your indoor and outdoor plants. It doesn’t take more than five minutes a week.