If you're the kind of person who goes out and buys a for your bathroom, patio — you name it — just because the one in your kitchen is thriving, we have bad news: flourishes in the same environment, even within the confines of your house.
Think about it, your home is filled with rooms that boast very different levels of humidity (hello, bathrooms) and sunlight. Lucky for you, the experts at identified the specific variety you should keep in these different spaces so you can skip that whole killing your new plant thing.
Another factor in deciding where to put a plant is identifying what each variety's key attribution is. For instance, remove toxins and increase oxygen levels, which is why they're practically made for your bedroom. And since are symbols for good luck, keep them in your hallway to greet people as they enter your home.
Even though these plants look similar, they're not. Buy all three if you want something that will live a long and healthy life in your bathroom, utility room and dining room: