Fresh and green
We've teamed up three houseplants that will turn the bathroom in to an oasis. The contrast of long leaved sansevieria with disc shaped pilea and short and spiky haworthia add dimension and interest to any room, but these humidity loving house plants will thrive on a bathroom windowsill especially.
Suitable for Bathrooms
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Just so you know...
The Pilea is an easy plant when it comes to watering. The Pilea Peperomioides likes to be in moist soil, but should also dry out for 1-2 days. This makes it very easy to water, because you can stick to an easy watering schedule: water it once per week. When you water your Pilea once per week, when it's planted in its ideal soil, it will be in moist soil for about 5 days.
Sansevieria (Snake plants) don’t need much water – just water whenever the soil is dry. Make sure you let the water drain away fully – do not let the plant sit in water as this may cause the roots to rot. Snake plants need very little water in winter.
Haworthia, like other succulents, these plants need bright light and adequate moisture in the summer with relatively drier conditions in the winter. Avoid overwatering, but don’t let them dry out completely. Also, plan to fertilize in the spring and summer months when the plant is actively growing.