Artificial plants are a great option if you're not naturally green fingered. Here are a few of our favourite faux designs.

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Plants are a staple in many interior-lover's homes nowadays, but keeping them all alive requires a lot of TLC.

If you haven't got the time or attention to be a good plant parent, why not opt for artificial designs instead? There are plenty of excellent ones on the market that look just like the real thing. 

Faux Monstera houseplant, £19.95, Melody Maison

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One of the most on-trend species of plant is the Monstera, more commonly known as a cheese plant. This gorgeous artificial design from Melody Maison is a great size and would look lovely housed in a basket or ceramic pot.

Berspalm faux plant, £39.99, Dowsing & Reynolds

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Palm plants look beautiful in bathrooms, bringing a touch of botanical tranquillity to your sanctuary. But the extremes of temperature and humidity can make keeping them healthy quite tricky. This faux Bergspalm, however, will look fantastic for years to come. 

Read more: How to pick a houseplant according to your star sign

Faux pink Medinilla plant, £68, Audenza

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For a houseplant that adds a dose of colour as well as greenery, this pink Medinilla plant is great find! 

Faux potted succulent, £50, Cox & Cox 

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Succulents are hugely popular and have been for quite a while. Even though they could be considered easier to look after, succulents can sometimes shrink and become less attractive over time. This faux potted design from Cox & Cox is beautiful and looks just like the real thing.

Read more: Best artificial flowers that look like the real thing

Artificial string of pearls, £19.99, Trouva

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String of pearls are a beautiful plant to have hanging your home, however they are known for being quite a pain to look after.

This artificial string of pearls comes in a concrete-effect pot and would look great hanging above any living space. Remember to dust it down once a week to stop it looking dull.  

 

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