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Gardens of Troy
A blog documenting the horticulture program at TROY Academy in Miami, Florida.
Sunday, March 8, 2009
Bananas along a fence line provide a sense of enclosure with their lush, tropical foliage.
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Colleen helps plant some native flowering shrubs....
Juan puts finishing touches on a new planter. pho...
Teamwork. photo by Jim Winters
Wrapping things up in the shade house.
photo by Jim Winters
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