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The Bath Specialist

Great article. This is even more feasible with bathrooms that have a window, which most do.

The plants would love the moisture in the air and what other room produces the most amount of moisture.

Great article Laura.

Sam.

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Gelya Morozova
Thank you for the ideas! These are succulents in my bathroom. But I am moving and the new bathroom is poorly lit. Any suggestions of plants that tolerate dark?
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xiongying882003
How about ivy and bamboo?
   

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