Is probably the best plant for people without a "green thumb", as it is extremely frugal. It likes warmth and high humidity, is also suitable for bathrooms with little light.
The spathiphyllum also likes shady locations and high humidity, so it also feels very comfortable in the bathroom. However, regular watering should not be neglected.
Gives large bathrooms an exotic and modern flair with its large, beautifully shaped leaves. However, it needs a bright place with plenty of humidity.
Originates from subtropical areas and is therefore perfect for small bathrooms, as it takes up very little space as a hanging plant. With good care, it forms very decorative shoots up to ten metres long.
Likes high humidity and indirect light. If it has too little of it, it gets brown leaves, so it feels more at home in the bathroom than in hardly any other room.
It is an absolute eye-catcher with its overhanging fronds. It does not like direct sunlight, but is otherwise very easy to care for, just make sure that it does not get waterlogged.
Is an absolutely beautiful and low-maintenance plant. Its name finds its origin in old cobbler's workshops, where it used to serve as a decoration for dark corners. It is therefore ideally suited for bathrooms with little daylight.
They are "air plants" that do not need soil, they only need a substrate to "hold on to", they absorb water through the air - the perfect plant for (bright) bathrooms.