Pothos plant - great for: - hanging in windows (creates privacy) - bathrooms (can tolerate the low light and high humidity) - high windows (trailing leaves balance a high, awkwardly situated window) - low windowsills or counter space (spots that might otherwise accumulate junk) - high corner selves (help brighten-up a dark corner) - your cubicle (can tolerate artificial light - look for those with solid green leaves.
By Heather Rhoades Putting plants in your bathroom is not only possible, but is also an excellent way to dress up your bathroom. Bathrooms are oftentimes the perfect environment for tropical houseplants. Their typically low light and high humidity are ideal for many houseplants. Let’s look at plants for your bathroom, even plants for bathroom…
Javan Hawk Eagle - endangered ~ One of the rarest of all raptors, the Javan Hawk-eagle is believed to be a monogamous species. The female usually lays one egg in nest high on top of forest trees. The diet consists mainly of birds, lizards, fruit bats and mammals.
DIY terrarium. Bottom layer about 1-2 inches gravel, second add thin layer activated charcoal, third layer add about 4 inches soil. Then add plants and finally add moss. This is a high humidity terrarium so I keep it sealed with saran wrap. Make sure you pick plants that have the same care requirements, some like it moist, some a little more dry, other wise some will suffer! Finally spray mist with DISTILLED water only!
Check out this 'Tea-rrarium'! Choose small succulents and use basic potting mix. Tweezers will help with placement. Just be sure to leave the top off regularly to let the air circulate. Succulents don't like humidity.