THERE are many of us out there living with guilt and shame.
We don’t mean any harm: we just want our homes and offices to look pretty and on-trend.
All the same, we’re murderers – and indoor plants are the victims.
It’s not really our fault: keeping them alive is tricky, especially in houses with little light.
We’re told to rotate them around the home and take them outside for a treat but it shouldn’t be this hard.
On a mission to help save countless fiddle leaf figs, ferns and succulents from a fate of doom, we hunted down the top 10 most attractive – and lifelike – faux indoor plants.
Yes they are expensive, but it’s worth every penny to live guilt-free in plush green surrounds.
Friends and family will be fooled – and you’ll have a lot less blood (or rather sap) on your hands.
1. Monsteria ($99), Freedom
2. Crane Flower ($199), West Elm
3. Fern ($70), Adairs
4. Fiddle Leaf Fig Branch ($54), West Elm
5. Bird Nest Fern ($60), Adairs
6. Bamboo ($69), Ikea
7. Weeping fig ($89), Ikea
8. Trailing Succulent ($39), West Elm
9. Phalaenopsis orchid ($75), Freedom
10. Baker Fern ($60), Freedom