Black Thumb, Love Plants

15 Feb

I adore being outside.  The fresh air, the sunshine, or even the cool humidity of a misty rain.  Nature is my thing and that’s why living in Atlanta’s fairly temperate climate is such a good fit for my family.  The other thing I love about being outdoors is the opportunity to enjoy flowers, plants, trees, and all things living.

Unfortunately, I do not have a green thumb.  I am aware of the benefits of live plants for mental and physical health.  Truth be told, even if my house had great natural light, I would probably still struggle to keep plants and flowers alive.  But, at my house which is surrounded by dozen of huge hundred year old trees, I have almost zero percent chance of plant survival success.

That’s where artificial plants that appear real and are attractive and fit in with my decor come in.  Until recently, I was convinced that all “fake plants” looked like they were purchased in the clearance aisle of a big-box chain store.  Then, I came upon the products at PermaLeaf® and I was floored by the options on the website, and I couldn’t wait for the piece I chose to be delivered.  I got it yesterday- on Valentine’s Day!- and it was a real treat.  The plant looks even better and more natural in person, in my opinion.  What do you think?

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