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  • Writer's pictureNina Bashaw

About me; part 3

If you've been following me for awhile you've probably figured out I love plants and flowers. I thought I would share a few photos of some new plants I got from Full Grown Girl in Riverview, Florida in the Winthrop Town Center. One of them is a silver satin pathos, a great low maintenance house plant that is easy to grow! You can read more about this low light house plant here. The other one I got from the same nursery is a variety of a monstera, it's common name is a "Swiss cheese plant" due to the whole in the leaves. but it's scientific name is a Monstera Adansonii, it's a vine that is just so pretty and easy to grow!

One day I was looking for something to photograph and my plants played the part of models. Aren't they beautiful?! Do you love plants as much as I do? Which ones are your favorites?

"The Swiss cheese plant, Monstera adansonii, gets its name from its large, heart-shaped leaves. As the plantages, the leaves become covered with holes that resemble Swiss cheese. This is a tropical perennial plant from Central and South American that is normally grown as a houseplant." - The Spruce (written by Jon Vanzile)

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Monstera Adansonii

"The satin pothos (Scindapsus pictus) is a vine plant that has dark green leaves with silvery markings. Also called thesatin silver pothos, this slow-growing trailing houseplant is very easy to care for. The eye-catching tropical plant looks stunning, growing in hanging baskets or climbing up a moss pole." - Leafy Place

read more about me in these two other blog posts

Nina Bashaw is a Sarasota, FL based fine art luxury photographer that specializes in senior portraits, personal branding, weddings, micro weddings, and elopements throughout the southeast and is available for worldwide travel. follow us on social media INSTAGRAM - FACEBOOK - PINTEREST


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