Spring is here and Summer is rapidly approaching, which means our family spends a lot of time outside enjoying our patio area. But I will admit, the area looks kind of bland without any flowers or greenery, mainly because I have a black thumb. So that’s where Museum Trees artificial plants and shrubbery helps me out.
I enjoyed looking at the Museum Trees website for quite a while until deciding on the perfect plant for our deck area. Museum Trees was kind enough to send me a complimentary product in exchange for my honest review. All thoughts and opinions are my own, and not influenced by Museum Trees.
As I said earlier, I have a black thumb and work full-time, so I don’t have the time or the energy to spend taking care of outdoor plants. I wanted something big enough to fill the space, but not overwhelming either. And I wanted a bit of a tropical feel because of our Winter being so harsh. So I got this wonderful Cycas tree.
IMPRESSIONS OF MUSEUM TREES PRODUCT:
The product came in a large boxed and wrapped for shipping. After taking it out of the box, I noticed it was a heavy and sturdy product, which was very nice. I was able to handle it with ease, and didn’t require any help. Once I had it on my patio, I needed about 15 minutes to fluff and arrange the branches. After that, it was ready to go! Easy Peasy!
BENEFITS OF ARTIFICIAL PLANTS:
- No allergies or pollen. At this time of year, total bonus.
- Low to no maintenance. Who wants to waste a ton of time on plant maintenance when they could be at the waterpark.
- Lasts for many years. Replacing flowers and plants yearly can put a large strain on the budget.
- Stores easily at the end of the season. Just cover the plant with a sheet, and store it in your shed for the winter when you do your deck maintenance.
Get your own artificial plant to brighten your living space. Be sure to check out this website and use the code BLOGGER10 to receive 10% off your purchase(Excludes custom orders).
Are you ready to add Museum Trees plants to your outdoor space?
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