Artificial Jade Plant

by Wanxi Yang

Original review post title: What I’ve Got: Artificial Jade Plant
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What is it?

Artificial jade plant

Why do you think it’s desirable? Do your best to explain what you think works or not about it psychologically or emotionally for the user?

Practicality is definitely the most critical aspect of an artificial plant. In many cases, having a live plant is just not permissible. The person might not have the environment, be allergic, or simply is too bad at keeping plants alive. Having an artificial plant can still add a lively object without the effort.
Having artificial plants is also becoming a new trend. It becomes a symbol of loving nature and represents a person who enjoys little things. Artificial plants also are becoming chic decorations that have value in their aesthetic appeal alone. The jade material also adds to the color and more the plant more fashionable.

Mention how your review compares to the previous reviewer

The previous reviewer talked about the practicality of a fake plant and described their personal experience in finding and having this plant. I echoed the previous reviewer in the practicality part and also laid out the possibility of having the artificial plant as a fashionable decoration.

Copy the previous reviewer response below yours
Most people don’t prefer fake plants to the real thing, but they are a wonderful addition to a room when real plants are simply not practical (read: in college life). Silk flowers were the first iteration of artificial plants, popular as early as the 1920s, but companies have crated a variety of different types of plants that are starting to look increasingly realistic.
I spent a lot of time searching for the best artificial plant, with the goal of finding the most realistic-looking plant possible (by far the most common goal of faux plant buyers). So I came across the artificial succulent—a sturdy plant that looks plastic-like in real life. Not many companies actually make artificial succulents, but Crate & Barrel has done an excellent job mimicking the look of a succulent. I find the jade plant, a variety of succulent, desirable because it brings greenery to a room with zero upkeep. It is simple, polished, and convenient.

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