In all shapes and sizes.
Admiring plants and their beauty is something I thoroughly enjoy doing, but I completely avoid having to take care of them at all costs. Plants require care, nutrition, vitamin D, and other things that I'm probably not even getting enough of myself.
Which is why I rely on faux plants to bring my office space, apartment, and patio to life. Speaking from experience, finding faux plants that look real—the ones that people feel the need to touch—are hard to find.
But you're in luck: I've done the work for you and rounded up some of the best fakes out there. Some plants (like succulents) naturally look fake or have a plastic-like appearance. These make the best faux plants, since their fakeness actually looks real. Others below are simply super well-made—some even fooled me at first. What they all have in common? The ability to successfully convince people you have a green thumb—no watering needed.
Nathaniel: The 1913 Banking act and subsequent NBA 1933, gave the FED independence from political sway by the Oval Office. It is a panel or committee of learned persons with years of expertise in economics and finance. Yet, a relatively small town real estate person think he knows more than them, along with International Economists and Macro-economists. He proves that: A little knowledge is dangerous.