Gardens in Miami

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Gardens in Miami

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  • Eric L
    Oakland Park, FL2 contributions
    I live South Florida. 45 years and visit kampong gardens last 25 years my life. I donated my time to many non for profit gardens in state. And only some one who know how hard growing tropical fruits trees and flowering trees would appreciate this precious piece of property. As Rare plants from all over the world. I know horticulture and I can identify most of the plants on the property. Truly an amazing accomplishment. Centering it’s hit by hurricanes every 10 years. All about mulching grounds. Letting decompose on the ground naturally. The average moron looking for a green beautiful garden better go to Fairchild
    Written 18 February 2020
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  • Fabian Pulido
    Miami, FL113 contributions
    Well... Japanese garden is nice, can be improved, you can seat and meditated, be in silence, maybe you don’t want this for vacation, but is good for people who appreciate silence. a lot of koi fish in the pond. Not a vacations point!
    Written 19 May 2019
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  • Gilles K
    Kaiseraugst, Switzerland250 contributions
    We went there to check out the tropical Bonsai trees, as we have in Switzerland other kinds of trees, because of the weather seasons of course. But what we found was pretty sad. The place was nice settled in nature but a lot of tables wherer broken where the bonsai got displayed. Also the trees did not seem very good shaped and taking care of. Also when we came into the small shop and were asking about a specific scissor, the lady were starring at her PC screen and said, we don't know if we get any new of them. So the fact is, you can go there, but there is also other shops with good plants and equipment.
    Written 7 January 2020
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