1) Boston fern
Ferns naturally grow in the outdoor equivalent of a bathroom. They love low light and high humidity, the exact conditions of most bathrooms. That means you can easily grow a beautiful plant with very little maintenance.
2) Cast iron plant
These indoor plants were extremely popular in the Victorian era. Probably because both cast iron plants and the Victorians loved austerity. This super hardy plant can tolerate almost anything, including your bathroom. For best results, let the soil dry out completely between waterings.
3) Spider plant
Spider plants are the gift that keeps on giving. As long as you place it in a fairly well-lit room, this little piece of greenery will remove impurities like formaldehyde and carbon monoxide from the air in the moist environment. Plus it will also continually sprout new buds that you can re-pot or give away.
Lucky bamboo is a natural oddity. It can grow in almost any light level and with no soil! All you need is a few pebbles and water for this zen plant to take root. Just make sure to keep its container full of water so this low-light plant stays hydrated.
Orchids are tropical plants that flourish in heavy, humid environments. The indoor air flow of your bathroom provides just that, especially if you’re a fan of toasty showers.
6) Peace lily
Peace lilies are lush and beautiful. Useful because their leaves filter the air, producing better air quality, if you want to make sure it blooms, too, keep it in low light and keep the soil damp.
They thrive in filtered light, and a low-light bathroom is an ideal spot.
Azaleas may have the most beautiful blooms out of all bathroom flowers. Coming in purple, white, pink, and red, these flowers are the perfect way to give your bathroom some color as they thrive in warm, humid environments.
Ivy is beautiful, but not always a good idea on the outside of the house. Inside a bathroom, however, it can scale the walls or the metal pipes framing the tub. You can even hang it up high and let the leaves droop down and the sunlight filter through its greenery.
When it comes to light and moisture requirements, these plants are super chill. Some species can grow pretty large though, so be sure you choose something that works for your space.
If you’d describe your bathroom as dark and small, then peperomia is your plant prescription. It’s compact and down to deal with low-light situations.
Recommended Planters : Planters by Size
Choose planters according to size required for your plants for various purposes and locations.
Buy ready to use nutrient rich soil:
In general use a soil-based compost placed over a generous layer of drainage material such as earthenware crocks, pebbles or gravel. Water and feed regularly, especially while plants are bearing flowers and fruit, when a high-potash fertilizer is recommended.