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Gardens of Troy
A blog documenting the horticulture program at TROY Academy in Miami, Florida.
Wednesday, July 15, 2009
The mulberries have been a huge hit with the kids (and staff) at TROY. Everyone keeps a close eye on this young tree, looking out for the sweet, ripe black berries. Mmmm...
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