When it comes to indoor plants I aim to have at least one in every room of my house. Not only do they clean the air but they also help reduce stress. One room to find plants in is the bathroom. It isn’t all plants that can live in the wet and warm climate not to mention the lack of sunlight. But don’t worry, there are a few plants that not only can survive the bathroom but actually thrives there. Here is a few of them:
Orchids naturally grow in the rainforest so they are used to the wet climate which makes them ideal for the bathroom. Not only are they extremely beautiful but you can also get them in a ton of different variations. Other than being beautiful, orchids are said to be beneficial for the immune system and that it can reduce fever.
This plant is said to be fool-proof so if you are one of those people that always end up killing your plants, this one is for you. It is known for removing toxins from the air and when kept in low light it starts to produce tiny red berries.
Another plant that is almost impossible to kill. As you may know are aloe vera plants known for relieving burns it is also said that they may help lower blood sugar.
Peace lilies are great for the bathroom since they don’t like direct sunlight however they should get a little bit of sunlight. The climate in the bathroom is close to the climate where they naturally grow. They are known for cleaning the air from toxins and keeping a dry environment moist.
This plant should be kept out of direct sunlight, however, this doesn’t mean that it shouldn’t get any sunlight at all so make sure that you only get this plant if you have a bathroom with at least a little bit of sunlight. It doesn’t require much effort to take care of this plant and it thrives best in moist soil which makes it a great plant for the bathroom.
Known for its abilities to filter toxins from the air including formaldehyde that can be found in shower products and even cosmetics this plant is ideal for the bathroom. It is one of the easiest plants to keep alive and can even survive living in low-light.