Bathroom Plants - Knowledgebase Question

Vashon, WA
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Question by donbarjr
December 22, 2000
Is a fern a good bathroom plant? Could you also recomend a few good bathroom plants?

Thank you

Answer from NGA
December 22, 2000
Ferns, large leaved-figs, philodendrons and palms are good choices for bathrooms because they thrive on humidity and will tolerate low light. Many bathroom windows are tiny and blocked by curtains most of the time. If your bathroom gets only low light, stick to plants that can tolerate such conditions, or regularly rotes the plants from the bathroom to other rooms in the house. Other suggestions include asparagus fern, caladium, anthurium and bromeliads. Enjoy your newly landscaped bathroom!

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