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Tropical Gardens of Maui,Hawaii
Hawaii

Really good gardens to see in Maui. A collection of tropical plants over 3 acres. Located in the Iao Valley. Beautiful orchids all throughout the area. If you enjoy plants you won't be disappointed.

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