Not all house flowers do well in the bathroom. This is usually due to much less access to light and high levels of moisture, so choose your bathroom plants carefully.
There are a few basic rules for growing plants in the bathroom to ensure they are well cared for. It’s worth knowing the species that thrive in a humid and warm environment and look beautiful at the same time. These green accents can liven up any space and blend in well in a variety of bathrooms.
Virtually all plants except cacti can be grown in bathrooms. The prevailing humidity level is far too high for them. On the other hand, tropical ornamental plants will do just fine in a bathroom. The problem arises when the room has no window. Then the only alternative remains artificial flowers.
Although the list of plants that can be kept in the bathroom is very extensive, we have collected the most popular ones, and at the same time easy to maintain and very impressive. Certainly, with regular watering and proper positioning in relation to light, they will look beautiful for a long time
Of course, the most important rule is to find out what growing conditions a particular plant prefers. Most often, if it requires a high level of humidity, it also doesn’t need strong light. It is then better to place such specimens in the shade deep inside the bathroom than to place them directly by the window with intense sun exposure
Keep potted plants away from chemicals and soap. The odors they give off can have a negative effect on their growth. This is also why you should frequently ventilate the bathroom. This will also help to reduce the humidity level in the room
In a humid environment plants evaporate more slowly, so it is worth carefully checking the dryness of the soil, so as not to cause constant overflowing of flowers. In such conditions the greenery will quickly rot.