Our Most-Loved Project Plants
02/25 Styling Guides

Our Most-Loved Project Plants

Some of our most-asked-about plant friends.

Every year as the season’s shift and our surroundings start to bloom; we look for ways to emulate the signs of spring in our homes.

We often get asked what kinds of trees we use in our projects, and our styling team spends a lot of time sourcing them and finding unique and pretty greenery for each design.

In light of bringing our homes to life for the season, we’ve rounded up our most loved, and most asked about plant friends from some of our recent projects.

Ficus Alii

Our Most-Loved Project Plants

Ficus Alii faux look-alikes

McGee & Co.
Faux Nandina Tree
Target
Artificial Weeping Eucalyptus
Nearly Natural
Long leaf ficus plant

Shady Lady Bucida

Our Most-Loved Project Plants

Ficus Shady Lady look-alikes

McGee & Co.
Faux Potted Olive Topiary
Target
Artificial Sparse Olive Tree in Pot
Home Depot
Variegated Ficus Tree

Ficus Audrey

Our Most-Loved Project Plants

Ficus Audrey look-alikes

McGee & Co.
Faux Fiddle Leaf Tree
Target
Artificial Rubber Leaf Tree
Wayfair
Faux Ficus Tree

Natal Mahogany

Our Most-Loved Project Plants

Natal Mahogany look-alikes

McGee & Co.
Faux Fiddle Leaf Tree
Target
Artificial Weeping Eucalyptus Tree
Pottery Barn
Faux Potted Cordyline Plant

Black Olive Tree

Our Most-Loved Project Plants

Faux olive tree look-alikes

McGee & Co.
Faux Olive Tree
Target
Artificial Olive Tree
Overstock
Faux Olive Tree
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Studio McGee
  1. Love my rubber tree plant! They are so beautiful & easy to take care of. Thanks for sharing these plants, I need something with more height and these are all great options.

  2. I used to have a fiddle leaf fig in the living room and it got a little too big. I recently replaced it with a verigated ficus benjamina and I couldn’t be happier. It gives the room height but since the leaves are much smaller than the FLF, it makes the room feel light and airy.

  3. FYI- I think a shady lady budica IS a black olive which you have down separately. Unless by black olive you literally meant an olive that has black olives. Gah! Why do they make it so complicated with every plant having a bazillion names?! Beautiful vignettes, thank you. I always admire your variety in plants and trees!

  4. Oh gosh…I’m feeling like a proud mom…just saw your “fav” Ficus Alii! I found my first one perhaps 6 years ago now…had carried a pic from a decor mag with me for a year or so hoping to find one…at last, there it was, shoved back into a corner in a greenhouse, waiting to be returned due to a weak side of growth. No way!!! It was love at first sight! She has been with me from Cape Cod and now down to the beaches of North Carolina and growing great! Marvelous, lush houseplants!!! Go get yourself one!

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