These Vining Houseplants for Bathrooms are great for space with high humidity and warmth. They will look amazing near your tub or sink!
Vining Houseplants for Bathrooms add greenery to the place and flourish in low light levels. Have a look at the best humidity-loving plants and display them with style!
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Vining Houseplants for Bathrooms
1. English Ivy
Botanical Name: Hedera helix
This air purifying plant is ideal for greening up the bathroom! It prefers moderately warm and humid conditions perfectly.
Here’s all you need to know about growing English Ivy
Botanical Name: Epipremnum aureum
This popular air-purifying vine cascades beautifully with variegated foliage and can do well in the low-light and humid conditions of a bathroom.
Check out our article on growing pothos here
3. Boston Fern
Botanical Name: Nephrolepis exaltata
This trouble-free, easy-to-grow fern is suitable for warm and wet bathrooms. Place it near a window and watch it thrive year-round!
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4. Heartleaf Philodendron
Botanical Name: Philodendron hederaceum
This variegated heart-shaped foliaged plant performs well in moderate and artificial lighting. Its beautiful leaves cascade down from the pot, and it purifies the air too!
Here’s our detailed article on growing philodendron
5. Inch Plant
Botanical Name: Tradescantia zebrina
6. String of Pearls
Botanical Name: Senecio rowleyanus
This delicate plant with pearl-like round leaves forms a pretty trail and can survive prolonged droughts. You can keep it in your bathroom in a dry space or hang an artificial one.
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7. Chinese Money Plant
Botanical Name: Pilea peperomioides
The cool and damp environment of the bathroom creates ideal conditions for this pilea. Just make sure it sits near a bright window.
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8. Grape Ivy
Botanical Name: Cissus rhombifolia
Grape ivy can tolerate low light and is a joy to see in bathrooms. Keep in mind that you do not overwater this plant.
9. Spider Plant
Botanical Name: Chlorophytum comosum
Spider plants enjoy a little humidity and can withstand low light. They grow fast and produce baby plants or spiderretes that dangle beautifully from hanging baskets.
10. Asparagus Fern
Botanical Name: Asparagus densiflorus
This delicate lacy airy fern enjoys the humidity of the bathroom and performs well in bright light. Keep it near a window for best growth.
11. Creeping Inch Plant
Botanical Name: Callisia repens
This low-growing semi-succulent plant looks awesome in small pots and hanging baskets. The best part about this plant is it can tolerate both moisture and drought.
12. Staghorn Fern
Botanical Name: Platycerium
This epiphytic fern can be a unique addition to your bathroom. It loves moisture and doesn’t mind low light conditions.