Top 10 Bathroom Plants That Absorb Moisture

Tillandsia:Tillandsia may be available for purchase online, at local nurseries and garden stores, and occasionally at stores like Home Depot and Lowes.

Spider Plant:Spider plants can be found for sale online and at nurseries, garden centers, and practically anywhere you find gardening supplies.

Snake Plant:Snake plants grow up to 3 feet in height in most cases (8 feet in larger pots and spaces), rarely need watering, and do great in any type of lighting situation. 

Pothos:Another hardy vine that makes for a great indoor bathroom plant is pothos. The plant is often referred to as a cubicle plant, meaning it does well in just about any kind of space.

Peace Lily:This beautiful flowering tropical plant can grow up to 3 feet tall (great for larger bathrooms!) and produces beautiful dark green leaves and white to pale green flowers.

Orchids:Orchids are incredibly well-suited to being kept as indoor plants. They like the same temperatures that most humans prefer for one, plus they don’t mind low light and humidity. 

English Ivy:Perfectly suited to hanging baskets, English ivy is another great choice for your bathroom houseplants.

Boston Fern:Boston ferns do well as hanging plants and grow up to 3 feet. They need indirect light and that high humidity, especially in wintertime.

Bird’s Nest Fern:The fern loves lower light levels and tons of moisture, needing watered only once weekly as long as that shower keeps running through the week.

Azalea:Azaleas come in a variety of colors, as well, including white, pink, maroon, orange-red, pink, fuschia, purple, and other shades leaning in reddish shades.

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