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Vivero Flores Cayenas
Colombia

Ornamental Plant Nursery located between the foothills of the Sierra Nevada de Santa Marta and the Caribbean Sea area Tayrona Natural Reserve, which grow beautiful ornamental plants or plant garden of vivid colors and shapes, grown for decorative purposes for their aesthetic such as flowers, leaves, scent, the texture of their foliage, fruit or stems in gardens and landscape designs.

Copyright: Mauricio Ramirez
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Tags: nursery; plants; ornamental; sierra; nevada; sea; caribbean; tayrona; reserve; natural; garden; color; decorative; flowers; leaves; fragrance; foliage; fruits; gardens; landscape
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