The best plants for the bathroom are plants that like higher humidity and can tolerate lower lighting conditions. follow our tips and tricks (complete with plant recommendations) to liven up your space and transform your bathroom into a green oasis!
Hang it up
If your bathroom is like most, it doesn’t have a ton of extra space to place plants. Utilize shelving and plant hangers if your floor and counter space is at a premium. Trailing plants like the Golden Pothos and Philodendron Brasil love to be hung or positioned on a shelf so new growth can cascade and vine freely. Take advantage of overlooked surfaces like behind the toilet or over a vanity if you’re low on shelf space.
Compact plants save on space
If you don’t have space for a statement plant like a Monstera or Fiddle Leaf Fig in your bathroom, a smaller, more compact plant can have just as big an impact. The Hedgehog Aloe, Ponytail Palm and Pinstripe Plant are great options.
Choose humidity-loving plants and plants that will adapt to lower light
Your bathroom is the most humid room your home. Choose plants that will thrive in the extra moisture, such as the Bird’s Nest Fern and Kimberly Queen Fern. While it’s the most humid, it’s also often the least bright. If your bathroom is on the darker side, choose a light adaptable plant, such as the Dracaena Lemon Lime
Pro tip: don’t be modest
Don’t be afraid to place plants in the shower! They’ll love the steam and moisture boost and the gentle rain will clean their leaves from dust and debris.
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