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Posted 3w ago by @PinkNymph

What pants can be put inside a shower?
I know it sounds like a weird question, but I saw a video on TikTok about putting some fake plants in some shower shelves to make it look prettier and I wanted to replicate that. The person in the video used fake plants, but in my beliefs using fake plants is not a good thing (having one or two isn’t a big deal, but I would like to not use them as much as possible). So I was wondering if there were some cute plants that could very well be in a shower without dying of overwatering… #HappyPlants #PlantsMakePeopleHappy #PlantTherapy
So as long as you have enough sunlight in the bathroom for the plants, I think using plants that love humidity is a great idea!
I’ve seen people use:
- ferns
- pothos
- philodendrons
- creeping figs for the walls
- eucalyptus bunches hanging from the shower head

More inspo in this youtube video: https://youtu.be/Q4IuuOrV5Z4
Calathea. All of em. Finicky humidity loving buggers. πŸ€£πŸ€£πŸ€£πŸ’šπŸŒ±
@planttok im currently propogating my neon pothos to go in our bathroom, not the shower per se but the room lol
I don’t have a lot of tropicals but I think that birds nest ferns would love that. I keep a pothos in my bathroom and it seems to like the humidity, too. Both of these plants can live without a lot of light. Just make sure if they get water on them, it can drain out. Birds nest ferns need watered super frequently anyway. And, pothos cuttings will live for years in just a jar of water, so you could even go without soil for those.
Welcome to Greg, Luna πŸ₯° happy growing πŸŒ±πŸŒΏπŸ’›
I've often wondered about giving plants a shower. I've never done that because my water is heavily chlorinated and I don't want to damage any plants. I only use rain water for my plants!
I have a pothos in my shower and birds nest fern in the bathroom also. They seem to be doing very well. I also have a humidifier in my bedroom which is attached to this bathroom. I also have bamboo

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