Plants that will thrive in your Bathroom


Ivy can climb and scale walls, trellises, or, in this case, the metal pipes framing a tub. Hang it high by the window to save space and let sunlight filter through the leaves.

image28Spider plants prefer medium-light to work their magic—that is, removing impurities like formaldehyde and carbon monoxide from the air. Water a spider plant once or twice a week, and you’ll be rewarded with new buds that you can report or gift to friends. 

image10 1Aloe loves the sun so place it on a nice windowsill that gets lots of light. Plus, it acts like a treatment that you may also find in a medicine cabinet! After washing a cut or burn at the sink, split open an aloe leaf and apply the gel to your skin; it helps heal abrasions naturally. 


Some gardeners find orchids a bit finicky, but in the right environment, like bathroom windowsill, they will thrive!  The indirect sunlight will nourish the plant while the high humidity mirrors the environment where orchids naturally bloom. 

image1This most Zen-like plant can grow in almost any light—even without any soil! Just place your bamboo to root in a container filled with a few inches of pebbles, then fill halfway with water, watering occasionally.[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][/vc_row]