Find out which plants are best suited for humid places by reading on.
1. Boston Fern
Botanical Name: Nephrolepis exaltata
It is a low-maintenance plant that grows quickly indoors. It thrives in warm moist rooms throughout the year.
2. Snake Plant
Botanical Name: Sansevieria trifasciata
This low-maintenance plant with vertical growth can be grown in both low-light and high-light conditions. They can grow well in a humid area too.
Botanical Name: Anthurium andraeanum
Anthurium thrives in high levels of humidity. Its bright green leaves and glossy bracts give off them a striking appearance.
4. Spider Plant
Botanical Name: Chlorophytum comosum
They prefer high humidity, but they also tolerate low levels of it. You can grow them in hanging baskets as well.
Botanical Name: Epipremnum aureum
To get a rainforest-like effect indoors, choose pothos plants. These low-maintenance plants thrive in humid conditions and perform best in bright to low light conditions.
Botanical Name: Monstera deliciosa
Monstera is a tropical plant that grows well in high humidity and direct light. Pruning is essential to keep their voracious growth in check.
7. Wandering Jew
Botanical Name: Tradescantia zebrina
You can grow an inch plant anywhere as long as you provide them with enough light, warmth, and humidity. They're ideal for hanging baskets.
Botanical Name: Syngonium
Syngonium plants don't prefer direct sunlight. But they like humid environments.
9. Peace Lily
Botanical Name: Spathiphyllum
The shiny dark green leaves and the creamy white spathe will give you indoors a luxurious look. They prefer an environment with good moisture.
10. ZZ Plant
Botanical Name: Zamioculcas zamiifolia
It is easy to grow and a great plant to add pattern to your indoors. However, they hate direct sunlight and frequent watering.
Botanical Name: Begonia spp.
Rex begonias appreciate moist conditions but dislike wet soil. They grow best in bright spots and bear beautiful blooms.
Botanical Name: Philodendron hederaceum
The heart-shaped variety of variegated foliage plants grows best in moderately bright light conditions and requires evenly moist soil. Overwatering or underwatering leads to the yellowing of leaves.
Botanical Name: Alocasia
Alocasia thrives when they're kept in humid conditions. Make sure to keep them near a bright light for the best results.
14. Air Plants
Botanical Name: Tillandsia
These are epiphytes that can absorb humidity from the air. They prefer high humidity and indirect sunlight.
15. Bird's Nest Fern
Botanical Name: Asplenium nidus
Bird's nest fern prefers indirect sunlight and excess moisture in the air. It has a bushy appearance that gives a tropical forest vibe indoors.
Botanical Name: Orchidaceae
These pretty flowers thrive best when they receive plenty of indirect light. They grow well in high moisture conditions and don't require much care.
17. Watermelon Peperomia
Botanical Name: Peperomia argyreia
This compact plant is an ideal option for small spaces. The bright green foliage guarantees a colorful focal point in your room.
Botanical Name: Bromeliaceae
Bromeliads can add a splash of color and tropical flair to any space. They prefer warm, moist conditions and shade from direct sun for their long flowering period.
19. Staghorn Fern
Botanical Name: Platycerium
A Staghorn fern can add lovely greenery to your indoors; they adjust well in low light and enjoy moist air.
Botanical Name: Calathea concinna ‘Freddie'
Calathea thrives best in moist environments. It also likes moderate lighting, so you can keep your plant near a window.
21. Asparagus Fern
Botanical Name: Asparagus setaceus
It likes moist soil and high humidity. The direct sun is favorable too. Place this plant near a window as it likes natural light.
Dr. Vandana K.