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A small, non-green space can benefit immensely from the addition of a tall potted plant or tree, though adequate exposure to sun can be an issue. An artificial version may be a better way to go. This cornstalk dracaena plant in silk is lush and lively and will go far to add some life to your...
For those of you who like gardening without the effort, check out this series of High Culture collections, only requiring “one gesture a week” to grow.
I’m not a fan of fake plants, but this natural silk palm tree looks and feels real. If you are one of those frequent travelers who doesn’t have time to water the plants, consider a faux one like this.
An herb garden would make such a nice and special addition to anyone's kitchen this season. I love this one from Pottery Barn that is filled with fresh basil, oregano and rosemary: the essential seasonings for all the warm and yummy meals during the holidays.
There is nothing better than adding a fig tree to your home! Bring nature in, and with minimal maintenance.
These sprays of artificial grass in a crackle-glaze ceramic pot do not require any care, making them even easier to adore.
Artificial Grass in Pot
I have always wanted to try my hand at growing a bonsai tree or garden. This winter might just be the right time.
Not only would these flowers brighten up a kitchen windowsill, they'd make a great edible garnish for your salads!
There's nothing wrong with using faux flowers — as long as they look authentic. Orchids are always a great option and look great on a coffee table.
I personally love adding a little life to a table with plants or florals. These mini plants from Ikea are super affordable, and they have a low profile so that they won't block guests from seeing and talking to each other.
Cacti are highly adaptive to the harsh desert environment and can flourish in places where other plants cannot survive, like my living room.
Though they may not be fresh, these faux hydrangeas eliminate the worries of seasonal availability. Placed in any room of the home, these beauties are a cost effective way to liven any space.
What better way is there to bring spring indoors than a tiny potted azalea? This specimen will be at home on an end table or coffee table.
Even if you don't get a lot of sunlight in your laundry room, these silk succulents are a great way to add some green without maintenance!
An orchid brings life to wherever it sits. Void of color, this particular plant would especially pop against a bold wall.
Nothing brightens my apartment like the little bits of greenery I keep. The scale of this plant and planter is perfect for a tiny space.
If you cannot find the perfect floral-print accessory for your living room, how about the perfect pink dried bouquet? I love this vibrant Celosia floral arrangement. The best part is that you never need to water it!
One or two air plants are great additions to a room. They are even easy to keep alive for people with a black thumb, like me.
Attention mushroom lovers: Grow your own mushrooms in your kitchen! These are most definitely conversation starters, as well as fun and clever displays.
Grow Your Own Mushrooms
Looking for some funky outdoor decor with super chic cache? A hand-welded trellis frame to feature your favorite climbing plant is modern-garden design genius. Jasmine, honeysuckle or wisteria, give your creeping vines a framework and watch them blossom!
Ina Wall Trellis Jr.
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When I look at a tabletop design everything matters, but what always seems to catch my eye are the flower arrangements. This one in particular has my heart, with vintage blue hydrangea, white anemones, black tulips and tuberose.
If you want to invest in faux flowers that will last, these wooden daisies are what you need. They can be cheerful all year long.
Even little touches like this sweet bouquet can have a big impact on a space. The colors here are so pretty.
This chestnut branch will be a lovely filler for any vase and a great splash of color for your mantel.
I forget to water my outdoor plants, so a succulent would be perfect on my tabletop. I love the sculptural element they bring, and putting together a collection of three in a variety of shapes would add visual interest on my outdoor table.
Succulent Potted Plant
Could succulents be any hotter right now? I want them in every nook and cranny in my house. They're also easy to care for. I love how this artist reuses old wine bottles to make such sweet planters.
Make your outdoor area even more beautiful with this refined trellis screen. It’s adorned with tasteful finials and graceful lines, as well as appealing latticework that can be left open or used for plantings.
Garden Screen / Patio Screen
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Can you believe this bonsai is three years old? This Satsuki tree makes a unique gift, and it can last for years. It’s interesting to learn about and super easy to care for.
Bring a touch of Italy into your home with this topiary inspired olive tree. The tree is planted in a tea-stained terra-cotta pot and will look great in any room of your home, especially the kitchen, sunroom or dining room.
Paperwhites are such beautiful accents during the winter months. They are beautiful on display in front of a window, and they are such a nice touch of greenery during the coldness of winter.
I've looked high and low and Pottery Barn honestly has the best selection of topiaries. The three stacked globes is my favorite design by far.
Blood Orange Tree
This bounty of flowering oregano is available only at terrain. The full green flowers with pale purple tips is the exact color combination needed for a pre-fall table.
For an easy, sophisticated and very chinoiserie Christmas tree, hang a few chinoiserie ornaments from a real or preserved bonsai tree like this one.
White Orchid Plant
These air plants are so cute for Valentine's Day. I'd love to line up a bunch of them on my console table.
Hang these plant pockets on a wall, add plants and voila — a vertical garden! They're a cool alternative to planters. Oh, and they're made in the USA from 100 percent recycled plastic water bottles, too.
I feel it's only right to add some "living green" into the mix here. These herb seed bombs will be an instant lush garden in your window sill or the big terracotta pot outside your back door. They should hurry summer along for us all.
Hang a few chinoiserie ornaments from a bonsai tree as an alternative to putting up a traditional tree.
Lucky bamboo makes a great health cure in feng shui philosophy. This stalk from Ikea can easily be grouped together with a bunch of bamboo in a pot filled with rocks. These plants are great for those that can’t be around water all the time and like to have a little greenery throughout their homes.
Here's a great plant for urban gardening beginners: cacti. They come in a big variety of shapes and colors, and almost no care is required. Just place them in a sunny spot and water sparingly.
Cactaceae Plant, Assorted
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