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What Is So Appealing About Artificial Palm Trees
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By: D Randolph Email Article
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Use Artificial Palms to decorate your interior space. They are warm and inviting. These trees are flexible and the varieties of styles can fit most any décor.

It might surprise you that Artificial Palm Trees are best selling trees. We sell more Areca, Cycas, Fan, Phoenix, Kentia and Coconut Palm Trees than you could imagine. There is an interesting appeal to these trees.

Palm trees are a standard in Christian churches. They are very popular during Holy week (the week leading up to Easter). But they also seem to be a year round fixture in these churches. Homes and offices in the West and Southwest use these trees for decorating because many are native to the regions.

In the Midwest, we use these to build our "Getaway" rooms. The room that helps us get through the dreary and dark winter days. There is nothing like a tropical looking tree to make you think about planning your winter escape, even if you never make the escape.

Artificial Palm Trees remind us of beaches and warm weather. In dry areas, palm trees are a burst of green color in an ocean of browns. Palm Trees offer shade where you don't expect it. These are the reasons that fake palm trees are great decorating tools. They are also flexible. Artificial Palm trees are sold in sizes from floor plants (about 2' high) to 8-10' tall. The fronds are flexible so you can easily adjust the tree to fit the space.

The Areca and Kentia are bushy trees that fit well in corners and along walls. The Coconut Palm is what most people think of when they imagine a tropical paradise. Fan Yucca and Cycas palms have more of a desert look to them.

D. Randolph is an Artificial Palm Tree expert

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