“House plants” are really wild plants that live in tropical areas of the world. This means that many of them love warm, humid environments.
As a general rule-of-thumb, I call the humidity-loving plants the “leafy” kind- so basically anything that is not a cactus or succulent (cacti and succulents store water in their leaves so they do not need misting).
Misting a plant with water helps them to feel like they are in their natural habitat, stops leaves from drying out and encourages new growth- especially in our summer months.
I use this misting bottle in the shop all the time with the nozzle set to “spray”
You especially need a misting bottle if you have an airplant or flamingo flower
Some other examples of plants that love misting are: cheeseplants, heartleaf, pothos/devils ivy, ferns, palms, rubber trees...
Amber glass bottle
Black plastic trigger spray top
2 nozzle options
Use “spray” setting and you will get the perfect fine mist