9 plants that will take root in the bathroom
Plants will add to any bathroom freshness and diversify the interior. And even the absence of windows in the bathroom is not a reason to give up living greenery.
We found nine unpretentious plants that love moisture, warmth and easily adapt to the lack of daylight in your bathroom.
This unpretentious and shade-loving plant is ideal for the bathroom and any rooms with a lack of daylight. Aspidistra does not suffer from a lack or excess of moisture, so in your bathroom it will be comfortable in any case.
Even if there is no window in your bathroom, dieffenbachia is one of the few plants that can survive without daylight. Dieffenbachia likes heat and humidity, but it is important not to overdo it with watering, let the roots dry out. And you need to water with warm water, the temperature of which is not lower than room temperature.
Hamedorea fits perfectly into the free corner in your bathroom and does not require special attention. She likes high humidity and warmth.Make sure that after watering the water does not stagnate in the pot. If the plant darkens, it often means that you water it too much.
A graceful and elegant plant that fits in a small pot and will help decorate your conch or narrow shelf above it. Spathiphyllum perfectly cleans the air and loves the moisture that you create, each time spending the extra 10 minutes in the shower.
This plant is unpretentious and easy to withstand poor lighting. It also helps clean the air of harmful toxins and at night converts carbon dioxide to oxygen.
It easily takes root in almost any conditions and also likes humidity. Epipremnum is included by NASA among the 3 types of plants that purify the air most effectively. It cleans the air of harmful formaldehyde and xylene.
Tillandsia does not like cold and drafts, loves warmth and high humidity, so she will quite like it in the bathroom. It can only be sprayed with soft and warm water. Tillandsiya loves average illumination, so that it is not very bright and not dark, closer to the penumbra. The optimum temperature at any time of the year is 18-25 degrees Celsius.
The warmth, humidity and partial shade of the bathroom are also suitable for the Asplenium. These ferns do not tolerate hard and chlorinated water, so for irrigation it is better to use room temperature water that has settled for at least 12 hours.
This unpretentious plant easily tolerates poor lighting and can grow in rooms even with artificial lighting. The sap of the plant is poisonous, so make sure that the plant is in an inaccessible place for your children and pets.