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You don’t even need dirt for bamboo to
grow — a jar filled with small stones and
water is sufficient.
Watch these houseplants take on a glossy
appearance as they absorb steam from
NASA uses English ivy to purify air,
so ivy certainly will be up to the task
in your home.
This white flower makes a great
complement to the decor of most
bathrooms. It also has a reputation for
working to purify the air around it.
Place this on your windowsill, keep its soil
moist and watch its fronds add some color
to your space.
Doing more than simply looking good,
the gel aloe vera produces can soothe
minor cuts, burns and dry skin.
Despite its name, this can be a real
friend because it filters harmful toxins
found in many household products
such as cleansers.
These flowers love damp, humid
environments, and indirect sunlight from
your windowsill is all they want.
This plant does well with medium or
low levels of light, and it prefers warmth
Begonias flourish with fluorescent
lighting, making them a perfect choice
for brightening many bathrooms.
Plants can make a beautiful and beneficial addition to your bathroom, but
you need to know which ones will thrive in that environment. Here are some
important facts about which varieties work best.
Why Plants Are Right for Your Bathroom
They love the humidity.
After a hot shower, the conditions are almost the same as
a tropical rainforest.
They help purify the air.
By breathing in carbon dioxide and breathing out oxygen,
they help contribute to a fresher environment with or
They provide other health benefits.
Certain varieties, such as aloe vera, have medicinal
qualities that may take the place of some items in your
TYPES OF PLANTS THAT DO WELL IN THE BATHROOM
Plants That Thrive In