When you decide to incorporate green plants into your home environment, there are a few things you should keep in mind. When it comes to lush greenery, lightning is one of the most difficult things to deal with. It is important to understand that even low light plants require some light to grow. Be cautious if your bathroom has small windows or none at all. In that case, fluorescent bulbs should be used. When it comes to humidity and temperature, you should be aware that they are unsuitable for many plants. Hot running water from showers and baths is frequently to blame. As a result, tropical flora works well in bathrooms.
Last but not least, because bathrooms have limited space, you should avoid keeping large or tall plants inside your bathroom. Consider plants that hang from the ceiling or trail down from a high shelf for this purpose.
These are some of the best bathroom plants:
Aloe Vera Gel
It is known as the “plant of immortality,” and it is ideal for a sunny bathroom window. It not only brings life to the environment, but it is also high in minerals and vitamins. Its gel can be used for a variety of medical purposes, including tropical treatment for dry skin and insect bites, among others. When placed near a window, the humidity may suffice to meet the majority of its water requirements.
This plant can grow in any light and does not require soil. Water the bamboo every two to four weeks while it is rooting in a container filled with pebbles. Also, keep in mind that it grows extremely quickly.
Begonias thrive in bathrooms because they must be overwintered indoors. Fluorescent lighting is used, and bathroom humidity is required.
Boston Ferns are found in subtropical and tropical rain forests. It necessitates filtered light and high humidity levels. Set it on a window sill. During the growing season, keep the soil moist.
Plant for Cast Iron
Cast Iron Plants can be grown in low light conditions and at temperatures ranging from 50 to 85 degrees. Allow it to dry before re-watering. As a result, it can withstand infrequent watering.