How to Make Fake Flower Arrangements as Pretty as the Real Thing (For Under $20)

15 Sep.,2022


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Many horticulture experts say that faux plants are bad for the environment because they’re produced with bleaches and dyes. However, there aren’t many studies on how artificial plants impact the environment. (The cut flower industry isn’t without its negative impact, either, as real flowers need to be shipped by air due to their shelf life, tend to be wrapped in cellophane, and require plenty of water to both grow and stay fresh.) Choosing to purchase a few fake flowers over buying real ones every few weeks may be a more sustainable way to decorate if you aren’t throwing the fake flowers out immediately after their use.