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Top 5 Indoor Plants You Must Keep in Your Bathroom

Bathrooms are typically warm and humid, making them ideal for houseplants. Here's a list of five plants to keep in the bathroom for a luxurious spa experience.

Binita Kumari
Add plants to your bathroom if you want to make it more modern.
Add plants to your bathroom if you want to make it more modern.

Are you a home-decor enthusiast? Most of your home is likely to be well-decorated then. Is it the same in your bathroom, though? Add plants to your bathroom if you want to make it more modern. Bathrooms are typically warm and humid, making them ideal for houseplants. Here's a list of five plants to keep in the bathroom for a luxurious spa experience.

Bamboo Plant

  • Bamboo is a water-loving, low-maintenance plant that will give your bathroom a spa feel.

  • It thrives in low-light environments, so you can put it in your bathroom and watch it grow.

  • Bamboo can be grown in containers to limit its size and spread.

  • During the growing season, you need to feed bamboo with a nitrogen-rich fertilizer once a week.

Ferns

  • Ferns are one of a kind in that they reproduce by spores rather than flowers and seeds.

  • They love the shade and thrive in it.

  • Many ferns, such as the bird's nest fern, Boston fern, maidenhair fern, and button fern, are excellent houseplants.

  • Ferns can adjust to changes in temperature and humidity in the bathroom.

  • They must be watered on a regular basis.

Aloe Vera

  • The aloe plant, often known as a succulent, is a low-maintenance plant.

  • However, aloe vera requires intense light; while indirect light is good, direct sunshine will help it thrive and may even result in coral-hued flowers.

  • Try putting it near the window in your bathroom. The gel from the aloe vera plant is perfect for healing sunburns and other skin irritation.

Bromeliads

  • Whereas most houseplants don't bloom at all, bromeliads produce long-lasting flowers.

  • In the winter, you can get flowers that last for several weeks and are yellow, pink, or red.

  • A lot of Bromeliad species draw moisture from the air which provides a wonderful habitat for high humidity in the bathroom, but they also require proper air circulation, so keep the bathroom window open.

Snake Plant

  • Snake plants are low-maintenance and can grow vertically, making them a good choice for limited spaces like a bathroom window sill.

  • This plant comes in a variety of sizes, but they typically range from eight inches to four feet tall.

  • Snake plants thrive in bright light, but they can also thrive indoors without it. When the topsoil appears to be dry, water it.

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