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Ylang-ylang, begonias, wild petunias, and pinto peanuts are grown and cultivated in Tarlac.
Cananga odorata, more commonly known as Ylang-ylang is a very fragrant flower that people from Tarlac harvest because of its oil. It is one of the ingredients used in creating the Chanel No.5 perfume and has medicinal properties such as improving blood circulation, treating inflammation, and promoting healthy digestion among others. Begonias have over 1,700 species thriving in a tropical climate. There are currently eight major groups of these flowers, and they can look like leaves in some species. Wild petunias are beautiful, funnel-shaped flowers sprouting from shrubs that can grow up to 3 feet tall. These are hardy flowering plants that prefer sun exposure and can even stand drought as long as it is planted on good soil. The flowers are typically in blue or purple. Pinto peanuts are ground covers that only grow up to 50 centimeters and are highly adaptable in different climates. Originating from Brazil, it has spread across different South American countries and eventually to North America, the Pacific, and Southeast Asia.
Contentment
USD 136.66

Contentment

Orchids and roses

I Belong To Thee
USD 102.86

I Belong To Thee

3 Gerberas , carnations and gypsophila

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Capricious Beauty
USD 88.17

Capricious Beauty

Roses and gypsophila

Peace
USD 88.17

Peace

12 Roses and gypsophila

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Solitude
USD 114.62

Solitude

Orchids , lilies , carnations

Deserted Love
USD 136.66

Deserted Love

Roses, lilies and orchids

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I Can't Live Without You
USD 136.66

I Can't Live Without You

3 lilies , carnations , roses, daisies and orchids

I Cling To You
USD 88.17

I Cling To You

Lilies and gypsophila

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Good Luck
USD 54.37

Good Luck

12 Roses

Modern
USD 88.17

Modern

Gerbera , lilies and daisies

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Grant Me One Smile
USD 88.17

Grant Me One Smile

9 roses and gypsophila

Life Is Sweet
USD 136.66

Life Is Sweet

5 lilies , carnations , roses, gerberas and gypsophila

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