Silks Are Forever offers a large variety of beautifully crafted, high-quality silk trees. These high-end artificial trees are perfect for interior decorating and design projects. Our faux trees are handcrafted using the finest materials to bring you realistic greenery for your home or office space that never needs to be pruned or watered. Whether you're searching for native or exotic fake trees, you'll find just what you're looking for at Silks Are Forever! Browse all of our artificial trees below.
Our Most Popular Artificial Trees
When you see our faux trees in real life, you'll be amazed by how close they look to the real thing! Our goal is to capture as many lifelike details as possible when creating our silk trees to bring you another realistic addition to your indoor paradise. Of our fake trees, some of the most popular categories include:
- Silk Fiddle Leaf Fig Tree and Rubber Tree Plants
- Ficus Trees
- Flowering Trees
- Tropical Trees
- Bonsai Trees
- Bamboo Trees
FAQs About Artificial Trees
Even though they don't need to be watered or pruned, you may still have questions about how to care for your silk trees so they remain as vibrant as possible throughout the years. Read on below for more information.
Can Silk Trees Be Placed Outside?
All of the faux trees in our outdoor silk trees category can be safely placed in an outdoor setting. However, we still recommend shielding them from the elements, like rain and snow, so they continue to look as beautiful as they day you unpackaged them. Check their specifications to see which ones are water-resistant, UV-resistant or UV-proof.
How Are Artificial Trees Measured?
In accordance with industry standards, the listed heights of our silk trees are determined by measuring from the bottom of the pot to the tip of the highest outstretched leaf. For information about how we measure other products, like our artificial hanging baskets, check out our larger FAQ page.
Are Your Silk Trees Really Made of Silk?
No — silk is an industry term used to describe artificial trees. Rather than actual silk, most silk plants and flowers are made of synthetic materials like polyester, nylon, rubber, PVC and anything else that will help us achieve the most beautiful and lifelike results possible.