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What is the most realistic type of artificial flower?

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Most realistic flowers are made this way. The silk flower is molded from foam, in a patented process. These are sold under the brand name Floramatique. However, the foam has limitations in replicating delicate petals and intricate flowers.

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I think that the most realistic type of artificial flowers are made from silk and such flowers can be used in interior decoration or on office table mostly.

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The most realistic looking flowers are made from silk.

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