HOUSEPLANTS FOR BATHROOM
We can happily keep plants in our bathroom that absorbs moisture.
These houseplants will add to the home decor too.
The humidity and lighting conditions should be the main consideration while choosing your bathroom plants.
Toxicity and being safe for pets are other factors too.
So feel free to choose any of the houseplants listed as your bathroom plant.
An orchid will add elegance to your bathroom.
This plant when taken care of, blooms some lovely flower that stays long.
Loves humid condition.
2. GOLDEN POTHOS
Pothos, in general, tolerates high humidity, irregular watering.
In short, pothos can beautifully survive anywhere.
This can be grown in low light conditions and is a fast-growing vine.
3. NEON POTHOS
Similar to golden pothos that grows fast in moistured condition.
4. SPIDER PLANT
The spider plant is a well-known air-cleansing plant.
Spider plants can effectively remove pollutants from the air.
Thrives indoors easily.
Check out 9 other effective air cleansing plants.
Peperomia likes it warm and steamy and that’s what makes it a sustainable bathroom plant.
Though peperomia requires sufficient of sunlight a day.
So place it in a bright place.
6. BOSTON FERN
Boston fern-like other houseplants for bathroom likes to grow in moist conditions.
This houseplant absorbs excess humidity from the bathroom and hence needs to be taken extra care during winter seasons so that the air does not dry up, leaving it hard for the plant to survive.
7. MOTHER IN LAW TONGUE
This is one of the popular bathroom plants.
Its long slender leaves add beauty to our moist bathrooms.
This plant too can withstand high humidity and low sunlight.
It also removes toxins from the air.
8. ALOE VERA
Medicinal usage of aloe vera plant is well known as immediate relief to cuts and burns. Aloe vera juices are also widely used for healthy skin and hair.
This is a succulent that needs fairly less amount of water and sunlight and thrives well in humidity.
It requires high humidity levels, so the bathroom is the perfect place for Dracaena to grow.
This houseplant can also thrive in no bright sunlight. So you can beautifully place it in on the window sill.
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