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Gardens of Troy
A blog documenting the horticulture program at TROY Academy in Miami, Florida.
Thursday, October 22, 2009
Rochelle's design inspiration was from the development stages of an embryo as well as waves like from the ocean; her model was spacious and provided for secure storage for materials and garden tools
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