Plants actually bring life into your house. They also improve the visual and practical value of your living space by giving oxygen and nutrients.
Unfortunately, only a few plants thrive in the damp and humid climate of a bathroom. Bringing a plant into your bathroom could give it a more homey feel while also adding a new aesthetic element and a touch of personality.
Do you want to spruce up your bathroom by using some natural elements that can be found in the great outdoors? Here is a list of the many kinds of bathroom plants that are now available.
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Types of Bathroom Plants
As a general rule, target plants that can thrive in a warm, humid environment that a bathroom provides. Also, as a general rule, pick plants that call tropical places home.
Orchids as Bathroom Plants
The orchid comes in various varieties and has a sleek and simple stem. It offers color, making it a sophisticated touch that can transform an otherwise dull bathroom. The Orchid is perhaps the most attractive of our bathroom plants!
Due to the orchid’s size, it can be positioned in several locations around your bathroom. Orchids could be placed on a basin, windowsill, or even on top of the cistern lid.
The Peace Lily
The Peace lily is a magnificently bright and graceful flower. It has showy white blooms and is endemic to tropical woods in the United States. It comes in a range of sizes.
Along with being pleasing to look at, the Peace Lily contributes to air purification. The Peace Lily eliminates airborne pollutants that we breathe.
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Pothos or Devil’s Ivy
Pathos plants are resilient and therefore make them the ideal plant for a bathroom. They prefer indirect light.
Although Pothos does not need additional humidity, it is an excellent choice for a bathroom. That is because of its tolerance to lower light and sporadic watering levels. Because of this, it makes this plant ideal for even a ‘non-plant’ person to keep.
Pothos Plants may be grown in hanging baskets or trailing down a shelf.
The asparagus fern is delicate and airy and thrives in the moist environment of a bathroom.
It flourishes in both moderate and strong light, so a location near a window is ideal. While asparagus ferns seem gentle to the touch, the stems are covered with thorns, so use caution.
The Asparagus Fern can grow to a height of two feet, but its branches may spread laterally up to six feet.
Plants Are the Oxygen for the Soul!
Of course, various other plants can help transform your bathroom from a just practical section of your home into an enjoyable space.
Just remember to check to see whether the plants you choose can survive the three main circumstances found in a bathroom: a lack of natural light, temperature fluctuations, and high amounts of humidity.
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