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Artificial hanging & trailing plants

Imagine lush cascading greenery from shelves around your home that you don’t have to mist, feed or trim. Sounds good? Our hanging and trailing artificial plants are a low-faff, zero maintenance option that are ideal for draping off shelves, bookcases or trendy hanging pots.

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Everything you need to know

Faux hanging plants are in-vogue and are a ridiculously easy way to add lush greens tones to your home's decor. These trailing artificial plants are perfect for darker spots where natural versions refuse to survive, masking a blemish or popping in a trendy hanging planter.

Best of all, artificial hanging plants have another huge plus point, no fuss. You won’t need a plant spray or watering can here. These fauxs are the epitome of no maintenance.

Modern or traditional, inside or out, potted or on a spike, hard or softer plastic… we have it all. The range of trailing fauxliage has exploded over the last few years to the point that the options and varieties are numerous.

Some of the hanging plants arrive in a hanging pot, others arrive on a spike ready for potting or tucking between books on a shelf.

If you’re hoping to use artificial hanging plants outdoors, we’ll point you in the direction of our UV stable ones like the fern hanging bush. These have additional ingredients that help them withstand the elements. They also tend to be a little more plasticky… but this is the cost of resilience and longevity.

The most popular (and a staple in the UK) is the hanging ivy bush, which is available in two styles and two lengths. Other popular options include the monkey monstera hanging plant and the hanging string of pearls.

Unlike real hanging plants, our artificial ones are far from needy. There’s no misting, watering, or picking up dead leaves. The only thing we recommend is a quick wipe or dust from time to time.

If you have some more questions, or you just want to talk through the options, contact us here or give us a call on 0800 9777 589.