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    Artificial plants are a smart substitute for live greenery, making it easy to enhance the refreshing natural beauty of your patio, regardless of your gardening abilities. Featuring a range of colorful silk blooms and stylish, decorative planter bases, artificial plants give your deck or balcony the perfect blend of natural charm and stunning appeal.

    Artificial Plant Types

    Like the faux lilies, orchids and hydrangeas and other silk florals available at Rooms To Go, our artificial plant selection includes several types of greenery. Bring home one of our faux boxwood shrubs or choose a leafy artificial agave plant. We also offer small artificial sisal trees and taller leafier plants like ZZ plants and succulents.

    Planter Colors

    When it comes to creating a cohesive design and color scheme, the color of your vase or planter is just as important as the plant itself. As such, you'll want to ensure that your artificial plants come in colorful planters that suit the rest of your palette. A few possible color choices for your planters include:

    • Black: Perfect for both traditional patio designs to contemporary outdoor spaces, artificial plants in black planters are great for refined and sophisticated designs. Consider adding a stunning ebony or onyx planter with a glossy finish next to your outdoor seating set for a reflective option that draws the eye.

    • Gray: Artificial plants in gray planters are a popular choice for transitional spaces that feature both classic and fashion-forward decor. Want to introduce some visual variety and texture to a neutral patio layout? Choose an artificial boxwood ball plant in a chic gray planter that mimics the look of weathered stone.

    • White: Crisp, clean and versatile, artificial plants in white planters are at home in nearly every decorative theme. Brighten up your deck with a small artificial tree in a vivid porcelain planter, or complement your off-white outdoor lanterns and fire pit using ivory and eggshell planters.

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