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Trishana
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Trishana Kashyap is a food lover and social media enthusiast. She is working in Ferns N Petals Pvt. Ltd., New Delhi. Being A Writer/Blogger/Explorer, she finds nothing more beautiful than framing emotions into words. Apart from work she loves gardening and cartooning.
Latest greatest meal cooked at home:
Dry Cake
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Homegrown
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My latest DIY project:
Handmade Greeting Card
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On Google
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http://www.fnp.com/plants

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How can you grow a money plant effectively in your home?

Money plant is one of the popular indoor plants that can be easily found in various homes due to its unique aesthetic appeal and characteristics. It is mostly grown in indoor areas in water. The amazing plant is known to bring good luck, happiness, wealth and prosperity to its owner. The lucky plant is also known by other names such as golden pothos, silver vine, devil’s vine, hunter’s robe, taro vine, Solomon Islands ivy and others. If you are interested in bringing an indoor…

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Posted on September 27, 2017 at 2:13am

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