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Maidenhair Fern-in the bathroom, low light ok, moisure, humidity. I have been looking everywhere for this plant but couldn’t think of the name of it!

from wikiHow

Care for Ferns

How To Care For Ferns Indoors or Outdoors. Good tip on double potting the plant to increase humidity. | WikiHow.


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from Apartment Therapy

5 Overlooked Plants That Can Survive The Dark (Almost)

This is my Favorite Fern! • Maidenhair Ferns are a great option because they have frilly fun leaves that vary from the usual thick leaves of indoor plants. Most Ferns do well inside with low light (and ferns look great in terrariums) so check out others like Silver Lace Fern with variegated leaves.

from Remodelista

DIY: Maidenhair Fern for Bathroom Greenery

As far as bathrooms in rental apartments go, we're pretty lucky. With a palette of white and more white, we were saved from the Pepto-Bismal pink tile and glitter-flecked vanities that I've seen in my friends' apartments. Still, white tile nearly up to the ceiling can make even the most adamant minimalist yearn for a spot of color. My favorite way to liven up the space is with plants.

from Diy & Crafts Ideas Magazine

15 Excellent DIY Backyard Decoration & Outside Redecorating Plans 6 Garden Garden Lighting