Artificial Commercial Plantscapes


Pacific Silkscapes creates and installs custom artificial plants, office plants, awesome landscape designs, large artificial hedges, and large commercial artificial trees in our commercial plantscapes. Our commercial plantscapes are  in government facilities, corporate offices, conference rooms, and lobbies.   We install both indoor and outdoor artificial plants and trees. Our artificial plants and trees create a soft and natural-looking environment while reducing maintenance, security concerns, and ongoing facility costs.

Pacific Silkscapes’ commercial plantscapes can be treated with fire retardant allowing office buildings, assisted living facilities, government buildings, and corporate interior plantscapes to pass state fire code requirements.  We are a California certified fire retardant applicator.

In addition, Pacific Silkscapes artificial trees are perfect for areas that are restricted by the following environmental challenges:

Lack of Sunlight          Height Restrictions       Irrigation Concerns                Access Limitations   

Temperature and Humidity  Limitations        Chemical-Sensitivity Issues         Security Issues  

Benefits of Converting Live Plants to high-quality silk plants:

The main benefit of artificial plants and artificial trees is that they require no maintenance. This makes them a potential cost saving over their living counterparts, as far fewer maintenance visits are required. They also don’t have to be positioned in direct sunlight, and therefore can be used to brighten up areas of the office where real plants would not survive.  Silk plants are also perfect for areas that are difficult to access.

With plenty of high-quality products on market to choose from, indoor plants no longer have to look fake. Now, you can go with plants that looks best on the eye and enhances your decor and environment.  There’s no need to worry about triggering hay fever or allergies with artificial greenery too. Although, you can reduce symptoms of hay fever by choosing pollen-free plants.