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Putting xingchun tin plants in your bathroom is

by:KingKonree     2020-08-13

With tin plants for your bathroom, you want tin plants that thrive in a humid and moist environment. While many succulents need low light, high humidity will kill them and therefore they would not be happy in a bathroom.

Because bathrooms tend to be small, placing tin plants on the floor is often not an option. Most bathroom tin plants will do well on a shelf or hanging from the ceiling. If your bathroom has a window, a window sill is good as well.

Below are a few tin plants that do very well in a bathroom environment.

1. Aspidistra Elatior

Aspidistra elatior is a stemless plant to 1 metre in height with dark green leaves. Small, solitary purplish flowers may appear at the base of the plant in spring. Aspidistra elatior is well known in cultivation and has a reputation for withstanding neglect, giving rise to its common name of cast-iron plant. It is tolerant of low light, low humidity, temperature fluctuation and irregular watering. It is best situated in a position away from direct sun to avoid leaf bleaching. Good drainage is also required for optimal growth and to avoid root rot. The species is not seriously troubled by insects, however mites and scale may cause occasional problems. Its leaves and roots may be subject to browsing by hoofed mammals such as deer, as well as rodents and rabbits.

2. Epipremnum Aureum

Epipremnum aureum is a species of flowering plant in the family Araceae, with a broad native Old Worlddistribution and a naturalized distribution in tropical and sub-tropical forests worldwide, where it has caused severe ecological damage in some cases. The plant has a multitude of common names including Australian native monstera, centipede tongavine, devil' s ivy, golden pothos, hunter' s robe, ivy arum, money plant, silver vine, Solomon Islands ivy and taro vine.

In temperate regions it is a popular houseplant with numerous cultivars selected for leaves with white, yellow, or light green variegation. It is often used in decorative displays in shopping centers, offices, and other public locations largely because it requires little care and is also attractively leafy. It is also efficient at removing indoor pollutants such as formaldehyde, xylene, and benzene. A study found that this effect lessened the higher the molecular weight of the polluting substance. As a houseplant it can reach a height of 2 mor more, given suitable support. It has gained the Royal Horticultural Society' s Award of Garden Merit.

The plant is sometimes used in aquariums, placed on top of the aquarium and allowed to grow roots in the water. This is beneficial to the plant and the aquarium as is absorbs many nitrates and uses them for growth.

3. Hedera Nepalensis

Hedera nepalensis is a species of perennial Ivy native to Nepal and Bhutan, as well as Afghanistan, India, China, Laos, Myanmar, Thailand, and Vietnam, at altitudes of about 1000-3000 m. Plants grow up to 30 min height, with simple leaves ranging from 2-15 cmlong, and yellow flowers.

Creeping or climbing to a height of 30 mwith adventitious roots. Evergreen foliage, dark green, glossy, lighter underneath, glabrous, leathery, lanceolate, oval, to klapowanych, u heart-shaped base of the wedge, the top slightly pointed or blunt.

Choosing tin plants for your bathroom is easy, once you know what to look for when deciding on the right bathroom tin plants for your home.

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