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A Large Weeping Fig Tree In Ly Tu Trong Park, Hue
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Cây Sanh (Vietnamese) is also know as Si. The scientific name is Ficus bejamina - Moraceae, common English name is Weeping Fig, Bejamin tree. In Hue, Sanh widely planned in many places for shade and ornamental.

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送信日: 26/08/2011
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