Commercial Silk Plants Direct, A Review

Friends, I’m going to switch things up a bit and do something new and incredibly exciting! I’m going to review an item that is not a book. Not even close to a book. Are you ready? Good, because here we go.

A few months ago I was contacted by an individual with Silk Plants Direct about reviewing one of their items on my blog. If you’ve been reading here much at all, you know I love to post reviews. So I jumped at the chance. I also might have jumped at the chance because I’m crazy about plants positively nuts for flowers.

I love to be outside puttering in the yard, tending to my flowers, or just sitting, enjoying the sunshine and a good book. But I work in an office all morning and my boss would like me to stay there and not move it all outside. So as you can see in the picture below I’ve brought some of the outside in.


Isn’t that gorgeous?! It’s from the Commercial side of Silk Plants Direct and I’m in love! It really brightens up my office.  It has gotten a lot of compliments and most people are surprised to find out it’s silk.

Now, I tend to like real plants over silk but I don’t have to worry about forgetting to water it. It also won’t need to be transplanted.

Silk Plants Direct also sells indoor/outdoor boxwood and hedge panel related products. If you need a silk tree, they can have what you need. If you’re looking to spruce up your office, or your home with some never-need-watered-always-look-great plants, follow the above link. They have a variety of items and prices, and if you need to decorate a large space you can check out their other website, Commercial Silk International.

Disclosure of Material Connection: This is a sponsored post. The company who sponsored it compensated me with some form of payment or service. My review and my opinion of the item(s) reviewed are my own. I was not required to give a favorable review.  I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission’s 16 CFR, Part 255: “Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising.”