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I would not do it but typically for windowless office space.road.not.taken wrote:The Concourse used to be the place to go, tons of artificial trees on the 3rd or 4th floor. I always wondered why people would be willing to pay so much for fake ones when the real deal is so much cheaper here?
I always admire companies that put in such places the real things. I guess they have to provide like frequent rotation of the plants or something? Typically office/corridor lights are rather dim. And I am always impressed by all the orchids in Changi airport.
I bought a couple of fake ones because I wanted them on a windowsill that sits in the sun and real ones died of heat exhaustion (even if I watered them every day they didn't last long). The fake ones have lasted well but even they're starting to fall apart now with the heat. I might get down to the Verge and have a look there (they might be the shops from the Concourse - quite a lot of shops from there moved to the Verge).road.not.taken wrote:The Concourse used to be the place to go, tons of artificial trees on the 3rd or 4th floor. I always wondered why people would be willing to pay so much for fake ones when the real deal is so much cheaper here?
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Any plant that will fit! tic....toc....tic....toc....vivienshoshanna wrote:any suggestions about what artificial plant would be the best to place inside the house? thank you..
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