Looking for ways to decorate your home for fall with natural, organic elements? Here’s where to buy the best artificial flowers and foliage for fall.

If you want to decorate for any season with a set-and-forget approach, faux flowers, and greenery are the way to go.

But you’ve got to be selective with what you choose because they’ve got to look authentic as if you plucked them from the landscape.

This post shares what to look for when purchasing faux plants and where to buy them.

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Why Use Faux Flowers and Greens

If you’ve been following me for a while, you know how much I LOVE to use faux flowers and foliage with my home decor.

I’m often asked why I use them when I have a great experience with plants and flowers.

And the answer is…

Sometimes I don’t want to do the work and want my centerpieces and arrangements to always look good.

That’s not to say that I don’t love decorating with real plants and flowers in my home from my cut flower garden.

Because I do.

Boston fern in the farmhouse living room with dark leather sofas, area rug, coffee table, throw pillows, area rug and fall decor

I cut flowers from my garden all the time to make arrangements.

But sometimes, I don’t want to take care of the arrangements and have to clean them up when they are finished. It’s nice to do a little less work indoors when I’d rather be working in the garden outside.

Plus, with the dry heat indoors and hard-to-reach places, sometimes it’s just easier to decorate with artificial flowers and greens than it is with live plants.

With my set-and-forget approach to autumn decorating, I have more time to focus on all the other things like dividing plants and fall gardening.

Family room in fall in vintage farmhouse with boho decor. Mango wood round table, gourds, candles, pumpkins and plants with cozy throw pillows and blankets.

To blur the lines between real and faux in my home, I am VERY selective with what faux greens and florals I decorate with.

They have to look authentic and real. As if I just plucked them from the garden.

If you are shopping in the store, you can find my tips for how to make faux flowers look real here.

But if you just want to click and buy, here are some GREAT options that I found for your fall decor.

Keep in mind, items sell out really quick.

So if you see something you like, don’t wait!

Easy Fall Centerpiece Idea
Fall Decorating Ideas

Have You Chosen an Autumn Color Palette Yet?

Oftentimes, I’m inspired by what’s happening in nature outside, but also by what retailers are currently selling.

Sometimes I’m drawn to a warm autumn color palette. And other times I’m drawn to a soft neutral color palette.

Click here for some tips for choosing an autumn color palette.

Where to Buy the Best Fall Stems

If you are looking for faux flowers for autumn, check out these retailers.

My Favorite Fall Decor for 2023

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  1. Love how you’re using your florals! I too use fake blooms and keep them for years and bring them out each season. Lovely post.
    Be a sweetie,
    Shelia 😉