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Artificial Ivy Garland
From: £8.49 inc VAT
Artificial Wisteria Garland
From: £21.99 inc VAT
Artificial Rose Garland
From: £10.99 inc VAT

Useful Information

UV Resistance

We stock garlands designed for both indoor and outdoor use. For more information on what this means, check out our Ultimate Guide to UV Resistance.

How to Clean Artificial Plants

When using your garlands indoors they may need to be cleaned every now and then to keep them looking their best. Don’t worry, it only takes a few minutes and it can easily become a part of your usual cleaning routine. We’ve put together a quick guide to show you some different methods of how to do this.

Watch the guide here.

How to Pot Artificial Garlands

Your artificial garlands will arrive with a large plastic hook for attaching to your displays. To find out more on how to pot your artificial garlands, read our potting guide.

Read the guide.

Using Artificial Garlands

When shopping for artificial plants, it’s always a concern as to whether they will look realistic or not. We‘ve spent a decade working closely with our suppliers to source and refine our range or artificial garlands.

Our wide range includes the UV resistant ivy garland in a choice of green or variegated foliage, our stunning wisteria garland is available in three different colours and our beautiful rose garland in a choice of four natural colours. They’re perfect for creating eye-catching displays on archways and trellises or for adding the finishing touch to flower arrangements like hanging baskets and window boxes.

High Quality

We check the foliage, colour, shape and size of our artificial plants against their natural counterparts to ensure they look as authentic as possible. Our rose and wisteria garland flowers are made using the finest quality silk which means they’re an exact replica of the real thing! Our ivy garland is manufactured using durable polyethylene plastic which makes it UV resistant so it won’t fade or discolour when used outdoors.

Why Choose Artificial Garlands

Ivy is definitely a cause for concern for most gardeners due to its ability to damage buildings and kill trees. It’s an incredibly quick grower and can allow an entrance into your home for a variety of pests. As for wisteria and roses, each requires careful pruning and feeding to keep them looking their best.

Our artificial versions require none of the fuss! Simply trail them in your flower arrangements for a stunning display.

Allergies

The pollen in wisteria plants is a well-known hay fever trigger and pruning or touching the plant can even cause skin reactions. English ivy is the most common ivy found in most gardens and is known to cause allergic skin reactions just by touching the foliage.

With our faux garlands you can leave behind the symptoms of a sniffly nose and enjoy your garden without the risk of allergies.

Price

If you compare the prices of artificial plants against real plants, you’ll often find that the upfront cost of artificial plants is more expensive. However, when you compare prices over a longer period of time you will find that artificial plants are actually much cheaper. This is because you don’t need to pay to maintain your plants and you also don’t need to spend as much time on them. For more reasons to choose artificial, read our blog.

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