“Plants have shown to boost moods, increase creativity, filter, indoor toxins in the air and produce oxygen — they are all good reasons to invest in some houseplants,” by Erin Marino, the founder of threshold, said In the Gloss.
“Fortunately, there are a number of common species that thrive in General, tropical conditions of a bathroom.” In fact, to grow a lot of difficult tropical plants, such as orchids to thrive, if in a wet Bathroom.
But before you go, hanging plants in or near your shower, you will receive want to take into account the amount of sunlight in your bathroom. House owners with Bad, low concentrations of natural light, opt for plants such as bamboo, aloe vera, heart-leaved philodendrons, orchids, spider plants or Boston ferns, according to Apartment Therapy. For bathrooms with large Windows and access to the sunshine, try, air, plants, gardenias, azaleas, or asparagus ferns.
There are also a lot of pretty display to check the options.
You can stop lights to your plants in flower and hang it from your shower rod, put them in pots next to your tub, arrange them on the shower shelves, place them on a windowsill, or plant them in a shower caddy. (And hey, with a water source right there, you will never forget to water your green again!)