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30 Best Plants to Grow in the Bathroom [2022]

30 Best Plants to Grow in the Bathroom [2022]

Growing plants is a rewarding experience. But not all of us have a green thumb and every room in the house has different lighting and humidity.

The bathroom is a great room to grow plants in. It often has less light but plants will profit from the increased humidity. But what plants to grow in the bathroom?

I created a list of plants that grow best in your bathroom in this article.

With minimal maintenance and probably some watering, you can grow lush green plants indoors.

You can turn your bathroom into the relaxing spa you have always wanted without investing in renovations to bring more sunlight in.

Following is a list of thirty bathroom plants that will thrive.

 

30 Best Plants to Grow in Your Bathroom

  1. Paddle plant
  2. Lady Palm
  3. String of Pearls
  4. Bulb-albuca
  5. Peperomia
  6. Pothos
  7. Agloenema Chinese evergreen
  8. Mini Jade Plant
  9. Asparagus Fern
  10. Chinese Money Plant
  11. Yucca
  12. Air plant
  13. Spider Plant
  14. Peace Lily
  15. Aloe
  16. English Ivy
  17. Dragon tree
  18. Calathea Ornata
  19. Rubber Plant
  20. Bromeliad
  21. Kalanchoe
  22. Ponytail Palm
  23. Phalaenopsis Orchid
  24. Philodendron
  25. Crown of thorns
  26. Christmas Cactus
  27. ZZ plant
  28. Snake plant
  29. Schefflera
  30. Dieffenbachia

 

30 Best Plants to Grow in Your Bathroom
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30 Best Plants to Grow in Your Bathroom

 

30 Best Plants to Grow in the Bathroom

1. Paddle plant

Paddle plant can survive shaded areas that would be best to place in Bathroom
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Paddle plants can survive shaded areas that would be best placed in the Bathroom

Paddle plants are succulents that enjoy sunlight but can survive in shaded areas of the house.

The prominent rounded leaves with pinkish maroon tips make this succulent distinguishable from the others.

Its binomial nomenclature and basic plant care requirements include:

  • Scientific Name: Kalanchoe
  • Family: Crassulaceae
  • Temperature: 60 to 85ᵒ F (15.55 to 29.44 ᵒ Celsius)
  • Fertilizer: moist cactus potting mix
  • pH: 6.1 to 6.5
  • Soil: well-draining potting mix
  • Lighting: bright shaded sunlight
  • Growth rate: slow growth rate
  • Humidity: 40-60% humidity is recommended

 

2. Lady Palm

Lady Palm
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Lady Palm gives your bathroom a calming feel and clean air 

Lady Palm is an indoor plant that thrives with minimal care. This will instantly give your bathroom a calming feel and clean the air as it is.

It grows in dense clusters and has a strong structure that stands out among other house plants. There is a variety of lady’s palm options you can choose from.

Its binomial nomenclature and basic plant care requirements include:

  • Scientific Name: Rhapis excelsa
  • Family: Arecales
  • Temperature: 60 to 80ᵒ F (15.55-to-26.66 degrees Celsius)
  • Fertilizer: half-strength liquid fertilizer for house plants
  • pH: 5.5 to 7
  • Soil: well-draining loamy soil
  • Lighting: indoor lighting
  • Growth rate: moderate growth rate
  • Humidity: 50-60% humidity is recommended

 

3. String of Pearls

String of Pearls
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A String of Pearls hanging planters for spacious bathrooms with a window or two for shaded sunlight

A string of Pearls trailing plant is ideal if you have hanging planters around the bathroom. This is good for spacious bathrooms with a window or two for shaded sunlight.

Its binomial nomenclature and basic plant care requirements include:

  • Scientific Name: Senecio Rowleyanus
  • Family: Asteraceae
  • Temperature: 50 to 60ᵒ F (10 to 15.55 degrees Celsius)
  • Fertilizer: diluted fish emulsion fertilizer
  • pH: 6.6 to 7.5
  • Soil: succulent potting mix
  • Lighting: 6 to 8 hours in direct sunlight
  • Growth rate: slow growth rate
  • Humidity: 50-80% humidity is recommended

 

4. Bulb-Albuca Namaquensis

Bulb-Albuca Namaquensis
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Bulb-Albuca Namaquensis gives off a subtle vanilla scent, and produce an aroma in your bathroom as it grows

This is a witty plant that turns into tiny spirals as it grows. The best part about this gorgeous plant is that it gives off a subtle vanilla scent as it grows.

It’s a sturdy plant that will survive even if you don’t have a green thumb.

Its binomial nomenclature and basic plant care requirements include:

  • Scientific Name: A spiral
  • Family: Asparagaceae
  • Temperature: 60 to 70ᵒ F (10 to 15.55 degrees Celsius)
  • Fertilizer: diluted liquid fertilizer
  • pH: 7.0
  • Soil: sandy loose soil
  • Lighting: 1–2 hours spent in direct sunshine
  • Growth rate: moderate growth rate
  • Humidity: 40-60% humidity is recommended

 

5. Peperomia

Peperomia
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Peperomia has numerous gorgeous varieties, low-light, and low-maintenance plants ideal for bathroom

Peperomia This is a versatile plant that may thrive in a variety of environments. The foliage also has numerous varieties you can choose from.

As these are low-light and low-maintenance plants and the bathroom is an ideal space for this gorgeous plant.

Its binomial nomenclature and basic plant care requirements include:

  • Scientific Name: Peperomia
  • Family: Piperaceae
  • Temperature: 55 to 80ᵒ F (12.77-to-26.66 degrees Celsius)
  • Fertilizer: iron, potassium, and nitrogen-rich fertilizer
  • pH: 5.5 to 7
  • Soil: well-drained
  • Lighting: low indoor lighting
  • Growth rate: fast-moderate growth rate
  • Humidity: 40-50% humidity is recommended

 

6. Pothos

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Pothos grew in a water vase in the bathroom to add some freshness to the décor

Pothos or devils’ ivy is a vine-like plant that works well under low-light conditions. They can also be grown in water vases on their own.

Place a stem in a water vase in the bathroom to add some freshness to the décor.

Its binomial nomenclature and basic plant care requirements include:

  • Scientific Name: Epipremnum aureum
  • Family: Arum
  • Temperature: 70 to 90ᵒ F (21.11to32.22 degrees Celsius)
  • Fertilizer: reduced all-purpose fertilizer
  • pH: 4.5 to 8.5
  • Soil: a well-balanced house plant fertilizer will do
  • Lighting: indoor lighting
  • Growth rate: fast growth rate
  • Humidity: 50-70% humidity is recommended

               

7. Aglaoenema Chinese Evergreen

Aglaonema Chinese Evergreen
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Aglaonema Chinese Evergreen has white, red, or pink variety, and thrives in the bathroom as some excess water will do it well

This is a versatile but sturdy plant. It can thrive in the bathroom as some excess water will do it well. You can choose between the white, the red or the pick variety.

Its binomial nomenclature and basic plant care requirements include:

  • Scientific Name: Aglaonema
  • Family: Araceae
  • Temperature: 68 to 77ᵒ F (20 to 25 degrees Celsius)
  • Fertilizer: peat-based potting mix
  • pH: 5.5 to 6.5
  • Soil: slightly acidic and well-draining
  • Lighting: low lighting conditions
  • Growth rate: fast growth rate
  • Humidity: 50-70% humidity is recommended

               

8. Mini Jade Plant

Place a Mini Jade Plant in front of a window that draws ample sunlight into the bathroom
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Place a Mini Jade Plant in front of a window that draws ample sunlight into the bathroom

 

Place Mini Jade Plant on the sill if you have a window that draws ample sunlight into the bathroom.

The best part is that the leaves of this plant retain enough water to keep it green for about a month.

But if you do water regularly, it will remain vibrant throughout the year.

Its binomial nomenclature and basic plant care requirements include:

  • Scientific Name: Portulacaria afra
  • Family: Didiereaceae
  • Temperature: 65 to 75ᵒ F (18.33to 23.88 degrees Celsius)
  • Fertilizer: diluted fertilizer
  • pH: 6.0 to 6.5
  • Soil: slightly acidic and well-draining
  • Lighting: low lighting conditions
  • Growth rate: slow growth rate
  • Humidity: 40-50% humidity is recommended

 

9. Asparagus Fern

Asparagus Fern
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Asparagus Fern adds a lime green contrast to your bathroom interiors

Asparagus Fern fluffy-looking plant that adds a lime green contrast to your bathroom interiors. Technically, it cannot be classified as a fern.

But the resemblance can be the reason why it is called such.

Its binomial nomenclature and basic plant care requirements include:

  • Scientific Name: Asparagus setaceus
  • Family: Asparagaceae
  • Temperature: 68 to 70ᵒ F (20 to 21.11degrees Celsius)
  • Fertilizer: diluted water-soluble all-purpose plant food
  • pH: 6.5 to 6.8
  • Soil: slightly acidic and well-draining
  • Lighting: a few hours of indirect sunlight
  • Growth rate: fast growth rate
  • Humidity: 60-80% humidity is recommended

 

10. Chinese Money Plant 

Chinese Money Plant
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Chinese Money Plant adaptable plant that will survive with minimal care ideal for the bathroom atmosphere

Chinese money plant has many names. Some even call it the UFO plant because of its rounded leaves form.

This is a plant that can adapt to any situation it will survive with minimal care. It is a great plant for the bathroom’s atmosphere.

Its binomial nomenclature and basic plant care requirements include:

  • Scientific Name: Pilea peperomioides
  • Family: Urticaceae
  • Temperature: 55ᵒ to 70ᵒ F (12.77 to 21.11degrees Celsius)
  • Fertilizer: regular house plant fertilizer
  • pH: 6.0 to 7.0
  • Soil: well-draining potting soil
  • Lighting: few hours in direct sunlight
  • Growth rate: fast growth rate
  • Humidity: 50-75% humidity is recommended

 

11. Yucca

Yucca
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Yucca needs little care to grow lush, perfect addition to the bathroom décor

Yucca is a sturdy plant that needs little care to grow lush. With a few hours of sunlight during summers and an indoor atmosphere during winters.

this plant can make the perfect addition to the bathroom décor.

Its binomial nomenclature and basic plant care requirements include:

  • Scientific Name: Yucca filamentosa
  • Family: Asparagaceae
  • Temperature: 65⁰ F to 95⁰ degrees Fahrenheit (18.33 to 35 degrees Celsius)
  • Fertilizer: well-balance, low-nitrogen fertilizer
  • pH: 5.5 to 6
  • Soil: acidic, rich, and fertile
  • Lighting: 4 hours or more of partial sunlight
  • Growth rate: Slow to the moderate growth rate
  • Humidity: 10-60% humidity is recommended

 

12. Air Plant

Air Plant
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Air Plant can grow this in a bowl right on the sink or place it in a glass jar near a window of a bathroom

Air Plant is a tremendous plant that can grow in the air. As epiphytes, they thrive on other plants.

But for your bathroom, you can grow this in a bowl right on the sink or place it in a glass jar near a window.

Its binomial nomenclature and basic plant care requirements include:

  • Scientific Name: Tillandsia
  • Family: Bromeliaceae
  • Temperature: 50 to 90ᵒ F (10-to-32.22 degrees Celsius)
  • Fertilizer: low nitrogen
  • pH: 5.5 to 6
  • Soil: no soil is needed
  • Lighting: indirect/indoor light
  • Growth rate: slow growth rate
  • Humidity: 65-70% humidity is recommended

 

13. Spider Plant

Spider Plant
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Spider Plant with several shades of green adorning its middle and borders can grow in low-light spaces such as the bathroom

Spider Plant is a gorgeous plant with several shades of green adorning its middle and borders. The lime green on the outer corners accentuates the insides’ deeper color.

The best thing about this plant is low maintenance and can grow in low-light spaces such as the bathroom.

Its binomial nomenclature and basic plant care requirements include:

  • Scientific Name: Chlorophytum comosum
  • Family: Asparagus Family
  • Temperature: 70 to 90ᵒ F (12.77-to-29.44 degrees Celsius)
  • Fertilizer: reduced all-purpose fertilizer
  • pH: 6.1 to 6.5
  • Soil: water-soluble or granular release
  • Lighting: low indoor lighting
  • Growth rate: moderate growth rate
  • Humidity: 40-60% humidity is recommended

 

14. Peace Lily

Peace Lily
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Peace Lily transforms the bathroom into a spa-like space

Peace Lily is one way to transform the bathroom into a spa-like space. A blooming peace lily can brighten any room it is in.

This adaptable plant will make a great addition to your bathroom décor, especially the guest bathroom.

Its binomial nomenclature and basic plant care requirements include:

  • Scientific Name: Spathiphyllum
  • Family: Arums
  • Temperature: 68 to 85ᵒ F (20-to-29.44 degrees Celsius)
  • Fertilizer: house plant fertilizer (water-soluble)
  • pH: 5.8 to 6.5
  • Soil: moist, well-drained soil
  • Lighting: low indoor lighting
  • Growth rate: slow growth rate (3-5 years)
  • Humidity: 50-60%+ humidity is recommended

 

15. Aloe

Aloe
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Aloe add some texture to the bathroom décor and have a sunburn gel handy

Aloe is a succulent that grows well in indoor conditions. This is the plant if you want to add some texture to the décor and have a sunburn gel handy.

It grows quite well on windowsills, and you can choose the smaller variety to grow in a small pot.

Its binomial nomenclature and basic plant care requirements include:

  • Scientific Name: Aloe barbadensis Miller
  • Family: Asphodelaceae
  • Temperature: 55 to 80ᵒ F (12.77to26.66 degrees Celsius)
  • Fertilizer: liquid house plant mix
  • pH: 7 to 8.5
  • Soil: well-draining potting mix
  • Lighting: low indoor lighting
  • Growth rate: moderate growth rate
  • Humidity: 45-85% humidity is recommended

 

16. English Ivy

English Ivy
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English Ivy is great to filter the air and add color to the bathroom

English Ivy is a climber that trails along the wall or other support you place along walls. This plant requires minimum care and can grow well in the bathroom, even in a pot.

The potted version needs to be trimmed quite often. It is great to filter the air and add color to the space.

Its binomial nomenclature and basic plant care requirements include:

  • Scientific Name: Hedera Helix
  • Family: Araliaceae
  • Temperature: 70 to 90ᵒ F (21.11 to 32.22 degrees Celsius)
  • Fertilizer: reduced all-purpose fertilizer
  • pH: 6.5 to 7
  • Soil: loamy and well-draining
  • Lighting: indirect/indoor lighting
  • Growth rate: moderate growth rate
  • Humidity: 40-60% humidity is recommended

 

17. Dragon Tree

Dragon Tree
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Dragon Tree isn’t fit for a home with pets, still perfect for anyone looking for a spa-like feel in their bathroom

Dragon Tree If you have a dog who likes to visit the bathroom for a drink, you might want to stay clear of this plant.

If not, then this low-light loving variety is the right fit for your bathroom. Even though it isn’t fit for a home with pets.

it is perfect for anyone looking for a spa-like feel in their bathroom.

Its binomial nomenclature and basic plant care requirements include:

  • Scientific Name: Dracaena draco
  • Family: Asparagaceae
  • Temperature: 70 to 80ᵒ F (21.11 to 26.66 degrees Celsius)
  • Fertilizer: water-soluble fertilizer
  • pH: 6.0 to 6.5
  • Soil: loamy, perlite-based soil
  • Lighting: low-light shaded sunlight
  • Growth rate: slow growth rate
  • Humidity: 40-80% humidity is recommended

 

18. Calathea Ornata

Calathea Ornata
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Calathea Ornata pin-stripe variety but also thrives indoors, even in bathrooms with minimal sunlight

Calathea Ornata is a perennial plant, also called a prayer plant. The pin-stripe variety isn’t just gorgeous but also thrives indoors, even in bathrooms with minimal sunlight.

It grows rather well in a pot and won’t overgrow indoors.

Its binomial nomenclature and basic plant care requirements include:

  • Scientific Name: Calathea ornata
  • Family: Arrowroots
  • Temperature: 65 to 75ᵒ F (18 to 24 degrees Celsius)
  • Fertilizer: water-soluble fertilizer
  • pH: 5.6 to 7.5
  • Soil: peat moss and perlite-based soil
  • Lighting: indirect or shaded sunlight
  • Growth rate: slow growth rate
  • Humidity: 40-80% humidity is recommended

 

19. Rubber Plant

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Rubber Plant indoor flowering plant thrives in moderate sunlight bathroom

Rubber Plant indoor flowering plant thrives in moderate sunlight. Also known as the rubber fig, this ornamental plant can grow quite a bit.

The plant may need to be pruned regularly to keep the size in check. The rubbery texture of the plant is what gives it its name.

Its binomial nomenclature and basic plant care requirements include:

  • Scientific Name: Ficus Elastica
  • Family: Moraceae
  • Temperature: 60 to 80ᵒ F (15.55 to 26.66 degrees Celsius)
  • Fertilizer: Bonide liquid plant fertilizer
  • pH: 6.0 to 6.5
  • Soil: well-draining coarse soil
  • Lighting: 6 to 8 hours of shaded sunlight
  • Growth rate: fast growth rate
  • Humidity: 40-50% humidity is recommended

20. Bromeliad

Bromeliad
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Bromeliad minimal-maintenance gorgeous plant that thrives in bathroom

Bromeliad is a minimal-maintenance, shade-neutral plant that doesn’t need extreme care.

It is easy to grow, and a bathroom is where this gorgeous plant would thrive.

Its binomial nomenclature and basic plant care requirements include:

  • Scientific Name: Guzmania
  • Family: Bromeliads
  • Temperature: 70 to 90ᵒ F (21.11-to-32.22 degrees Celsius)
  • Fertilizer: diluted half strength low-nitrogen fertilizer
  • pH: 4 to 7
  • Soil: sand and peat-based soil works the best for bromeliads
  • Lighting: grows best in low lighting and shades
  • Growth rate: extremely slow growth rate
  • Humidity: 40-60% humidity is recommended

 

21. Kalanchoe

Kalanchoe
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Kalanchoe thrive in low light or even in direct sunlight bathroom

Kalanchoe includes a variety of indoor plants that can thrive in low-light situations or even in direct sunlight.

If the bathroom doesn’t receive enough sunlight, any variety of kalanchoe can still grow there.

Its binomial nomenclature and basic plant care requirements include:

  • Scientific Name: blossfeldiana
  • Family: Crassulaceae
  • Temperature: 45 to 70ᵒ F (7.22 to 21.22 degrees Celsius)
  • Fertilizer: water-soluble fertilizer
  • pH: 5.6 to 7.5
  • Soil: sandy, well-drained soil
  • Lighting: natural, bright sunlight
  • Growth rate: moderate growth rate
  • Humidity: 75-85% humidity is recommended

 

22. Ponytail Palm

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Ponytail Palm thrives on a sunlight-doused windowsill bathroom

Ponytail Palm Also known as the elephant’s foot, this stringy plant thrives on a sunlight-doused windowsill.

Place this in a spot near a window that brings sunlight into the bathroom. Water it every few days for lush green foliage.

Its binomial nomenclature and basic plant care requirements include:

  • Scientific Name: Beaucarnea recurvata
  • Family: Asparagaceae
  • Temperature: 60 to 85ᵒ F (15.55 to 29.44 degrees Celsius)
  • Fertilizer: succulent food as fertilizer
  • pH: 6.5 to 7.5
  • Soil: sand and peat-based soil works the best for bromeliads
  • Lighting: sandy soil
  • Humidity: 80-100% humidity is recommended

 

23. Phalaenopsis Orchid

Phalaenopsis Orchid
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Phalaenopsis Orchid place the flowering plant in your bathroom and water it occasionally

Phalaenopsis Orchid forgiving orchid grows in pretty much any condition.

Place this flowering plant in your bathroom and water it occasionally without the fear of it dying.

Its binomial nomenclature and basic plant care requirements include:

  • Scientific Name: Phalaenopsis
  • Family: Orchidaceae
  • Temperature: 90 to 95ᵒ F (32 to 29.44 degrees Celsius)
  • Fertilizer: nitrogen and potassium-rich fertilizer
  • pH: 5.5 to 6.5
  • Soil: sphagnum peat, organic compounds, and husk chips
  • Lighting: Indirect sunlight for 1 or 2 hours
  • Humidity: 55-75% humidity is recommended

 

24. Philodendron

Philodendron can thrive with minimal care and in various environments can grow well in bathrooms 
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Philodendron can thrive with minimal care and in various environments can grow well in bathrooms

These are easy-to-grow Philodendron plants that thrive with minimal care and in various environments.

These can grow in bathrooms quite well, and you don’t need over-the-top fertilization or humidity control for them to survive.

Its binomial nomenclature and basic plant care requirements include:

  • Scientific Name: philodendron
  • Family: arums
  • Temperature: 70 to 80ᵒ F (21-to-26 degrees Celsius)
  • Fertilizer: nitrogen, phosphorus, and potassium-based fertilizer
  • pH: 5.0 to 6.0
  • Soil: well-drained loose soil
  • Lighting: indoor lighting
  • Growth rate: moderate growth rate
  • Humidity: 65-80% humidity is recommended

 

25. Crown of thorns

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Crown of thorns place shaded sunlight in the bathroom, then this is an eye-catching addition to your bathroom décor

Crown of thorns native to Madagascar, this thorny plant has earned its name. This flowering plant produces tiny deep pink flowers that stay in bloom for the most part.

If you have shaded sunlight in the bathroom, then this is an eye-catching addition to your bathroom décor.

Its binomial nomenclature and basic plant care requirements include:

  • Scientific Name: Euphorbia milii
  • Family: Euphorbiaceae
  • Temperature: 65 to 75ᵒ F (18.33 to 23.88 degrees Celsius)
  • Fertilizer: diluted balanced fertilizer
  • pH: 7.0 to 7.5
  • Soil: succulent soil
  • Lighting: indoor shaded lighting
  • Growth rate: slow growth rate
  • Humidity: 40-50% humidity is recommended

 

26. Christmas Cactus

Christmas Cactus
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Christmas Cactus will have some beautiful purple, white or pink flowers in your bathroom

Christmas Cactus is one plant even the worst caretakers can kill.

However, if you seldom water it, keep it near a window that provides direct but shaded sunlight.

You will have some beautiful purple, white or pink flowers in your bathroom.

Its binomial nomenclature and basic plant care requirements include:

  • Scientific Name: Schlumbergera
  • Family: Cactaceae
  • Temperature: 60 to 70ᵒ F (15 to 21 degrees Celsius)
  • Fertilizer: diluted balanced fertilizer with magnesium sulfate
  • pH: 5.5 to 6.2
  • Soil: well-decomposed organic matter-based soil
  • Lighting: indoor shaded lighting
  • Growth rate: moderate growth rate
  • Humidity: 50 to 60% humidity is recommended

 

27. ZZ Plant

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ZZ Plant perfect addition to any bathroom that doesn’t have many windows

ZZ Plant‘s unique plant is the perfect addition to any bathroom that doesn’t have many windows.

Use medium-sized pots for this deep green foliage and place them on the floor instead of tables or desks.

The stems of a ZZ plant are rather sturdy. Therefore, they must be potted correctly to prevent them from falling over.

Its binomial nomenclature and basic plant care requirements include:

  • Scientific Name: zamioculcas
  • Family: Arums
  • Temperature: 60 to 75ᵒ F (15.55-to-23.88 degrees Celsius)
  • Fertilizer: diluted half-strength house plant fertilizer
  • pH: 6 to 7
  • Soil: coarse sand, potting mix, and perlite
  • Lighting: prefers indirect light but adapts to darker areas too
  • Growth rate: slow growth rate
  • Humidity: 40-50% humidity is recommended

 

28. Snake Plant

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Snake Plant helps keep indoor air clean and is ideal for a bathroom space

Snake Plant flowering plant helps keep indoor air clean and is ideal for a bathroom space. This plant enjoys shade and thrives indoors, also called the” mother-in-law’s tongue.”

It is easy to maintain and grows quite well, even in the humid conditions of the bathroom.

Its binomial nomenclature and basic plant care requirements include:

  • Scientific Name: Dracaena trifasciata
  • Family: Asparagaceae
  • Temperature: 55 to 65ᵒ F (12.778 to 18.33 degrees Celsius)
  • Fertilizer: all-purpose plant food
  • pH: 5 to 8.5
  • Soil: loamy soil
  • Lighting: shade and indirect sunlight
  • Growth rate: moderate growth rate
  • Humidity: 30-50% humidity is recommended

 

29. Schefflera

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Schefflera beautiful shrub is an attractive addition to your bathroom

Schefflera’s mildly toxic yet beautiful shrub is an attractive addition to your bathroom.

Despite its desire to grow almost triple in size outdoors, it can be maintained in a regular pot on the bathroom floor.

Its binomial nomenclature and basic plant care requirements include:

  • Scientific Name: Schefflera arboricola
  • Family: Araliaceae
  • Temperature: 65 to 90ᵒ F (18.33 to 32.22 degrees Celsius)
  • Fertilizer: balanced liquid fertilizer
  • pH: 6 to 6.5
  • Soil: peat moss, compost, and perlite.
  • Lighting: 6 hours of shaded sunlight
  • Growth rate: fast to the moderate growth rate
  • Humidity: 60-70% humidity is recommended

 

30. Dieffenbachia

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Dieffenbachia can be placed in a spot near a window in the bathroom and enjoy cleaner air indoors

Dieffenbachia is a gorgeous plant with several shades of green that reflects sunlight beautifully.

You can place this in a pot near a window in the bathroom and enjoy cleaner air indoors.

There are several varieties of this plant that you can keep indoors even with limited space, as they grow well in pots.

Its binomial nomenclature and basic plant care requirements include:

  • Scientific Name: dieffenbachia
  • Family: Araceae
  • Temperature: 62 to 80ᵒ F (17 to 27 degrees Celsius)
  • Fertilizer: complete house plant fertilizer
  • pH: 6 to 6.5
  • Soil: moist, well-draining soil.
  • Lighting: few hours of partial shade
  • Growth rate: moderate growth rate
  • Humidity: 60-80% humidity is recommended
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