Artificial front door plants
Looking for potted flowers, conifers or perhaps some of our best-selling bay trees? Below we’ve got everything to take your entrance up a notch and by choosing artificial plants for your front door, there’s no struggle to care for them!
Everything you need to know
A little greenery at the entrance of your home is often the finishing touch that adds that extra wow-factor. Where high maintenance topiary and thirsty hanging baskets need tending to, our faux front door plants will sit happily, granting your home elegance and timeless colour. 🌿
Each of our faux doorstep plants is designed for outdoor use including our range of artificial topiary which is specially treated with UV blockers, so they won't turn an odd shade of blue.
When it comes to realism, these evergreen beauties are crafted using durable, quality materials. Some even include natural wooden stems, so the fact that they're faux can remain our little secret! 🤫
If classic topiary is your thing, our boxwood and cedar spiral should be your first port of call, along with the elegant boxwood spiral with stem and perhaps the bay laurel bush ball for smaller doorsteps.
Alternatively, enjoy colourful flower arrangements year-round with our wild flower hanging basket or wild berry and geranium patio planter, where there'll be no need for dead-heading or replacing your flowers each year. Great stuff! 😄
Our range of artificial front door trees come in small black travel pots which are designed to be put into something larger and a little more stylish.
We've got a quick video below to show you how or read our full potting guide for more info.
If you prefer, you can plant your new tree directly into the ground. We've got a few tips in our guide to planting artificial trees to help prolong its lifespan.
Putting a lifespan on any outdoor artificial plant is really tricky and these outdoor arrangements are probably the hardest because the foliage is delicate and less able to withstand the elements.
In our experience, the answer is between one and three years. If your arrangement doesn’t last at least a year, get in touch.
Determining the lifespan comes down to a whole host of factors such as location, amount of sun it’s exposed to, humidity, and more. There’s lots more information about UV protection on our dedicated blog here.