Wādī as Sīr Pangiriman Kembang

Apik Banget
USD 50.19

Apik Banget

6 Mawar

Ndelok Sing Cepet
USD 82.82

Ndelok Sing Cepet

24 Mawar

Trisno Sing Endah
USD 50.19

Trisno Sing Endah

12 Mawar

Kaendahan Abadi
USD 37.65

Kaendahan Abadi

Mawar

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Polos
USD 82.82

Polos

24 Mawar lan aster

Manis
USD 70.27

Manis

Kembang srengenge, mawar lan anggrek

Ngungkapke Trisno
USD 82.82

Ngungkapke Trisno

3 Tulip, 3 jambon, 3 aster, anggrek

Rujuk
USD 82.82

Rujuk

7 Mawar, gerbera, anyelir, lili lan anggrek

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Bayangan
USD 50.19

Bayangan

12 Mawar

Bungah
USD 50.19

Bungah

Gerbera, mawar, lili

Apik-apik
USD 50.19

Apik-apik

12 Mawar

Kepinginan
USD 70.27

Kepinginan

Mawar lan anggrek

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Kaendahan Spiritual
USD 82.82

Kaendahan Spiritual

12 Mawar lan anggrek

Pengarep-arep
USD 50.19

Pengarep-arep

8 Mawar lan gypsophila

Bangga
USD 37.65

Bangga

12 Mawar

Lembut
USD 50.19

Lembut

Lili lan gypsophila

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Wādī as Sīr, located approximately 7 miles or twelve kilometers outside of Jordan’s capital city of Amman, has a name which means “The Valley of the Orchards,” roughly translated. The city itself is known for its cultural district of Sweifieh, with an important fashion district and a notable shopping mall. On the outskirts of the city, a variety of old buildings and castles bring visitors to the area, such as the Qasr al-Abd castle, as well as the Iraq al-Amir caves. On the outskirts, one can also find a wide variety of flowers that grow in drier atmospheres, such as oleander, anemones, eye-of-sun tulips, adenium (desert rose), and Jordan’s national flower, the black iris.