Al Hadd Pangiriman Kembang

Wanito Sing Nyenengake
USD 58.91

Wanito Sing Nyenengake

Lili, mawar lan gypsophila

Enom
USD 58.91

Enom

Lili lan mawar

Bangga
USD 59.51

Bangga

12 Mawar

Ayu Tenan
USD 58.91

Ayu Tenan

Gerbera, anyelir lan mawar

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Kasenengan Rahasia
USD 94.38

Kasenengan Rahasia

12 Mawar lan mawar cilik

Wenehono Aku Eseman
USD 58.91

Wenehono Aku Eseman

9 Mawar lan gypsophila

Perawatan Ibu
USD 82.48

Perawatan Ibu

6 Mawar, anggrek lan anyelir

Dewekan
USD 82.48

Dewekan

Anggrek, lili, anyelir

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Ngedap-ngedapi
USD 58.91

Ngedap-ngedapi

Mawar

Godaan
USD 94.38

Godaan

Lili, anyelir lan gypsophila

Tentrem
USD 58.91

Tentrem

8 Mawar

Kepinginan
USD 94.38

Kepinginan

12 Mawar lan lili

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Wiwitan Kekancan
USD 82.48

Wiwitan Kekancan

Mawar , anggrek, lan gypsophila

Kesan Sing Awet
USD 94.38

Kesan Sing Awet

Lili, anggrek, gerbera lan mawar

Minggat Karo Aku
USD 58.91

Minggat Karo Aku

Mawar

Kebecikan Sempurno
USD 58.91

Kebecikan Sempurno

9 Mawar lan gypsophila

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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.