What Can Grow In The Bathroom? – Plants That Will Flourish There

Ferns – like humidity. Ferns are some of the oldest plants and over time managed to adapt to many changes. Therefore, these are quite easily grown.

 

Orchids – these tropical plants do well in light bathrooms.

 

Lucky Bamboo (Dracaena braunii) – an easy to grow plant either hydroponically or in a substrate. It also is not a plant that demands much light.

 

Tilandsie (Spanish Moss) – is a plant that grows almost on nothing.

 

Ivy – an easy growing, climbing plant. There are different types. Careful, some of them are poisonous.

 

 

Devil’s ivy (Pothos or Money Plant) – has very similar characteristics to the one above. Often you see the plant growing new roots once a cut portion stays in just water. It is also a climber and a fast spreading plant that can adapt to almost any environment.

 

Chlorophytum comosum (Spider plant) – one more from the category with almost no care required. It will keep growing.

 

Aloe Vera – a succulent that will do well in the bathroom. They need at least a little bit of light

 

Spathiphyllum (Peace Lily) – for those who prefer blossoms and appreciate the liveliness of the plant

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