Al Hadd Pangiriman Kembang

Wenehono Aku Eseman
USD 59.33

Wenehono Aku Eseman

9 Mawar lan gypsophila

Wiwitan Kekancan
USD 83.06

Wiwitan Kekancan

Mawar , anggrek, lan gypsophila

Royalti
USD 68.31

Royalti

Mawar, anyelir, gerbera lan anggrek

Bayangan
USD 59.33

Bayangan

12 Mawar

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Antusias
USD 59.33

Antusias

Mawar

Wanito Sing Nyenengake
USD 59.33

Wanito Sing Nyenengake

Lili, mawar lan gypsophila

Polos
USD 95.04

Polos

24 Mawar lan aster

Trisno Sing Ditinggalke
USD 95.04

Trisno Sing Ditinggalke

Mawar, lili lan anggrek

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Lembut
USD 59.33

Lembut

Mawar lan gypsophila

Godaan
USD 95.04

Godaan

Lili, anyelir lan gypsophila

Kesan Sing Awet
USD 95.04

Kesan Sing Awet

Lili, anggrek, gerbera lan mawar

Agung
USD 83.06

Agung

12 Mawar lan lili

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Trisno Mergo Ndeleng Kapisan
USD 95.04

Trisno Mergo Ndeleng Kapisan

Lili, gerbera lan mawar

Sedep
USD 83.06

Sedep

Lili lan mawar

Nyenengake
USD 59.33

Nyenengake

Anyelir, mawar

Apik Banget
USD 59.33

Apik Banget

6 Mawar

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Al-Hadd, also spelled as Al-Hidd, is a small town in Bahrain which is located in a sand spit, a sort of deposition or off-coast beach, on the southeastern end of Muharraq Island. Al-Hadd falls south of the Bahrain International Airport, and has a notably diverse population: Bedouins, Huwalas, and Afro-Arabs, most of whom are Sunni Muslim. 75% of Bahrain’s clean water comes from the water desalination plant in Al-Hadd. In Al-Hadd, one can find roses and wild desert flowers, flowers which can be delivered by us (along with a variety of other flowers) to any location in Al-Hadd.