Silk Palm Trees & Outdoor Artificial Palm Trees
Bring the tropics to your home or office with artificial palm trees from Silks Are Forever! Our wide selection includes indoor and outdoor silk palm trees to help you liven up your space inside and out. Each artificial palm is handcrafted with high-quality materials to give you a tree so realistic that you're instantly transported to white sand beaches and crystal blue waters. Whether you're looking to enhance your living space or beautify your backyard, you can find the perfect decorative palm trees for your needs in our online selection. View all we have to offer below!
Types of Artificial Palm Trees
Silks Are Forever has one of the largest artificial palm tree selections online, so no matter the style you're looking for, you're sure to find it here! The biggest benefit of our decorative palms (and other artificial trees and silk plants) is that they don't require any messy, time-consuming maintenance - and they can be enjoyed for a lifetime. Check out some of the most popular silk palm tree styles below:
Artificial Palm Tree FAQ
Have questions about our indoor and outdoor artificial palm trees? Find the answers at Silks Are Forever, or visit our full FAQ page for more information.
Do You Actually Use Silk to Make Your Silk Palm Trees?
No, although silk was historically used to create artificial plants of all kinds. We use a variety of synthetic materials to make our decorative palm trees as realistic and lifelike as possible.
Can All of Your Artificial Palm Trees Go Outside?
We have a wide selection of outdoor artificial palm trees, so we would recommend sticking with those when decorating your front or back yard. Our other silk palm trees may fade or become water damaged if left in the elements - it's best to keep them indoors or on an enclosed porch or patio.
How Do I Care for My Silk Palm Tree?
Aside from dusting off their leaves occasionally, artificial palm trees require no maintenance whatsoever! We also recommend keeping them out of areas that receive harsh, direct sunlight, as this can cause the dyes used in their foliage to fade over time.