Faux Flowers & Potted Plants

30 products

Showing 1 - 24 of 30 products

Showing 1 - 24 of 30 products
Artificial Brown / Ivory Dry Look Arrangement - The Farthing
The Farthing Faux Plant Artificial Eucalyptus Arrangement
Artificial Eucalyptus Stems in Soil Ball - The Farthing
Artificial Graptoveria with Cement Bowl - The Farthing
Artificial Hanging Willow in Cement Pot - The Farthing
Artificial Potted Agave Plant - The Farthing
Artificial Potted Agave Plant
Sale price£75.00
Artificial Potted Calathea Plant - The Farthing
Artificial Potted Eucalyptus Bush - The Farthing
Artificial Potted Fern Plant - The Farthing
Artificial Potted Fern Plant
Sale price£87.99
Artificial Potted Green Fittonia Plant - The Farthing
Artificial Potted Hanging Boxwood - The Farthing
Artificial Potted Hanging Rhipsalis - The Farthing
Artificial Potted Perilla Tree - The Farthing
Artificial Potted Perilla Tree
Sale price£69.99
Artificial Potted Russet Toned Bromelaid Plant - The Farthing
Artificial Potted Trailing Dischidia Plant - The Farthing
Artificial Potted Trailing Scindapsus Plant - The Farthing
Artificial Purple Berry Spray (3pk) - The Farthing
Artificial White Orchid with Black Gold Pot - The Farthing
Faux Creamy White Rose Spray 3pk - The Farthing
Faux Green Succulents In Ceramic Pot - The Farthing
Faux Queen Annes Lace Spray 12pk - The Farthing
Green Artificial Bamboo Palm Tree - The Farthing
Large Potted Wide Leaf Artificial Aloe Vera - The Farthing
Potted Artificial Green Asparagus Fern - The Farthing

Every style and design

Faux Potted plants and artificial flowers often bring that necessary touch of aliveness to any given space, giving people the comfort of seeing a blend of man-made interiors and nature. It’s always pleasant to have a few beautiful flowers and artificial plants somewhere on the balcony of your home, and maybe a couple of them inside a room or two as well. The trouble is that natural plants can be quite delicate and hard to care for, not to mention that tending to them can be quite messy, at least if you keep them inside. To make things easier but preserve the entire beauty of the potted artificial plants and flowers, we recommend a range of faux house plants to display as decorative items.

Some of the faux flowers and potted plants we offer are almost exquisite works of style, meant to elevate a room’s overall design and vibe to new levels. They are also not too symmetrical or neatly trimmed, so each plant looks as natural as possible. At The Farthing, we believe it would be wrong to call them "fake" plants because you would have to look extremely close to discover that they aren’t actually real plants, but in the meantime, you can enjoy your faux plant in its full decorative effect with none of the messiness and withering which are inevitably associated with real flowers and plants.


Customers receive a 35 day no quibble return policy on each of our products, and if you’re in the UK, you receive FREE delivery on products over £75. On top of our stunning items, we aim to provide a great level of customer service – something which, as a family business, is very important to us.

If you would like to get in touch or have a question about any of our garden storage products visit our contact page here.

How do I care for my faux plant?

Ultimately, the reason why people buy a "fake plant" is so that there is minimal effort in caring for them. Having a faux plant, however, has its own set of challenges. Faux plants can often be sat in the same place for a lengthy period of time which invites dust especially indoors on a coffee table and other furniture pieces. Depending on how delicate your artificial plant is, there are various methods you can utilize to keep your accent flower looking vibrant and alive.

1. Use a Paintbrush

Begin by brushing from the top of your accent plants and working your way down. That way, you won't find that you have missed any bits of greenery above where you have cleaned which will only make the job harder

Using a paintbrush is a good option if you have a more delicate faux plant. This method is for an individual that has a keen eye for details and is happy to spend 15 minutes on a larger plant such as a palm tree or other floor plants. We recommend that this method is best suited for smaller plants like a potted faux plant. In spite of this, this method is almost always the most efficient when it comes to reaching small nooks and crannies.

2. Hairdryer

Before we begin it's important to note that this method is not suitable for a delicate faux flower arrangement. Additionally, if you choose to use this method ensure you have the hair dryer set to the coldest setting to avoid heat damaging the faux or artificial features. The easiest way to remove dust from artificial foliage is to spray each piece with compressed air or a hairdryer (on the coldest setting), depending on the condition.

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