Flowers, Plants and Trees from SilkFlowers.com

The fine folks over at SilkFlowers.com thought my office was kinda bared and could use a few nice plants or flowers to make it more welcoming. Personally, I never cared much for plants because I don’t like to take care of them. However, the plants and flowers from SilkFlowers.com are made from silk and don’t need any care or feeding. What’s more, they look so real, you’ll have to get really up close and personal to tell that it’s artificial.

SilkFlowers.com sent me a nice selection of products from their catalog. They include the following:

The first thing I noticed about flowers was the delivery system. SilkFlowers.com pride itself on ensuring that your product will arrive in perfect condition ready for immediate enjoyment. They expertly package every item using a proprietary packaging method to not only prevent damage but also so that you just open the box and place the item in the intended location.

Flowers, plants and trees from SilkFlowers.com are covered by a 10 year money back Guarantee. That’s right, 10 years! In addition, there is a 30 day in-home trial with every product. Live with it for 30 days and after that point if doesn’t work for you, send it back for a full merchandise refund or credit.

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If you would like some silk flowers, silk plants or silk trees to decorate your office (or send as gifts), SilkFlowers.com has created a 15% coupon code for John Chow dot Com readers. Just enter CHOW15 at checkout to get 15% off any purchase. The coupon expires December 3, 2010.

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46 thoughts on “Flowers, Plants and Trees from SilkFlowers.com”

  1. Dino Vedo says:

    lol yes! the secret of making money online is revealed in this blog post! i knew i subscribed for a good reason!! :p

    1. Man, the flowers and plants look pretty real. They can fool a guy, but they’d never fool my wife.

    2. PPC Ian says:

      I concur! I’ve just got to get into the silk flowers vertical!

      1. Hey John,

        The flowers and trees look almost real. They don’t need to be fed but they will surely collect a lot of dust and will have to be cleaned.

        I prefer real things including plants.

        1. Abhik says:

          Real things give a lot of headache on maintenance.
          You just have to do a little dusting on fake things.

          TBH, I also like real Bonsai πŸ™‚

          1. Mathew Day says:

            Definitely look realistic, that Bonsai plant is really cool.

          2. Yes, I agree. It looks beautiful and presentable. πŸ˜›

          3. Well said Abhik real thing mostly only give headache and nothing else.

          4. But real thing is real.

            I prefer to hire someone to take care of my plants … so that beauty can be maintained.

    3. Exoclyps says:

      Yes, it does. This time he is teaching us by an example. I wonder how much he makes from this post.

      1. Fernando says:

        I don’t think you make a difference with just one. The idea would be to do that on every single post entry.

  2. Shawn Knight says:

    Nice bonsai! My office could use some sprucing up too, SilkFlowers πŸ˜‰ http://www.ocia.net/aboutus.php

  3. Thank you for this but i have my own source for flowers hah, Nice catalog by the way πŸ™‚

    1. Exoclyps says:

      But you have to agree that it looks very real!

      1. Fernando says:

        They look pretty real though I would like to see them live.

        1. Plants always encourage me and believe me through this way you can get positive energy as well.

  4. Those are some really nice flowers. I love the calla lilies.

    1. Abhik says:

      Ghoss!!! They are not real..

      1. Exoclyps says:

        Well, even if they aren’t real they still does look good.

    2. Fernando says:

      They are made from silk!

      1. Really looking beautiful and live .. would love to touch it and see it how this works.

  5. Fernando says:

    Hey John! I wanted to tell the community that I have started my blog, I finally took courage and did it.
    I always read your blog, but for some reason this is my first time commenting. Just wanted to tell you thanks for telling us how things are and no bullshit.
    You probably hear this everyday, but you have inspired me. So I wanted to thank you.

  6. LOVE the bonsai! Always wanted one but was afraid I’d kill it. This is right up my alley. πŸ™‚

    1. Fernando says:

      Well at least you don’t have to worry killing this one! πŸ™‚

      1. Exoclyps says:

        Haha, so true, true. But yeah, bonsai is real cool, but I never really thought about getting one to be honest.

        1. Fernando says:

          Well, you should, it’s pretty fun and requires a lot of patience at some point. Because it grows really slow and you just want it to be huge like the ones on TV! πŸ™‚

          1. Boy I also wanted to have one … that’s look awesome small tree on your desk.

  7. Yeah that Bonsai tree looks great, I’m gonna head on over to their site and order me one.

    1. Fernando says:

      I had! Will post updates on that!

      1. Great move …

        I would like to try the real one … lets see hows that work ?

  8. Abhik says:

    Awesome!!!
    I also have some selfmade Bonsai plants.. Let me see if I can share them on my blog.

    1. Fernando says:

      When you say selfmade, what do you mean?
      My dad started raising one the day I was born, its still alive. It was a nice birth gift I guess! πŸ™‚

      1. Exoclyps says:

        When he says selfmade it makes me think of Karate Kid, the old ones.

        The guy training the kid is making bonsai trees.

        1. Fernando says:

          Oh, he means like he raised them?
          Well, if he does, that’s pretty legit. You have to use the FIM technique carefully.

  9. Mathew Day says:

    I really didn’t know silkflowers.com had such a variety of different plants and flowers to choose from. I’ve got a new site to checkout now for gift ideas. πŸ™‚

  10. fas says:

    Sally is so cute..

  11. Dan Lew says:

    The Bonsais are very difficult to take care of need watering every few hours

    1. Fernando says:

      I disagree on this one. I actually have one for the longest time and they are pretty easy to handle. You say they need water every few hours, well from my point of view and experience, this is not completely right. As you know, you can place them on different spots, so you should try putting them somewhere the sun doesn’t hit them all day long, so water won’t go dry, giving you the solution of not having to pour water on them every couple of hours.
      The only hard thing about bonsais is cutting the roots every couple of months, it’s always a mess πŸ™‚

  12. Jacob Nasz says:

    What a beautiful composition. A bonsai tree makes it fell on my knees before the master.

  13. Thats great they are delivering those big boxes at home and without any damage to those beautiful trees specially that bonsai.

  14. Thanks for the coupon code.

    I agree flowers helps inspire and bring good energy.

  15. Krystle IVM says:

    Wow, those plants look so real! πŸ˜‰ And with the 10-year money back guarantee, you’ve really got nothing to lose. πŸ™‚

    1. Yes I agree they look real and fresh.

  16. Harshad says:

    SilkFlowers.com… I have a nice blog too πŸ˜€

  17. Care will make you feel the same as they will deliver for you from their own’s side, and yeah it all was very attractive to watch again and again instead of reading the details.

  18. Phil Dawson says:

    Anything that looks after the environment and makes your place look habitable is to be recommended

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