Wādī as Sīr Pangiriman Kembang

Sabar
USD 51.15

Sabar

Mawar, lili, anyelir, ranunculus

Trisnane Wanito
USD 51.15

Trisnane Wanito

6 Mawar lan gypsophila

Trisno Sing Mbebayani
USD 84.39

Trisno Sing Mbebayani

12 Mawar lan lili

Kajogo
USD 60.74

Kajogo

Lili, mawar, anggrek, lan lavander

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Ngaku Trisno
USD 51.15

Ngaku Trisno

Mawar

Kabingungan
USD 84.39

Kabingungan

Lili, mawar, kembang srengenge, lavender lan anyelir

Royalti
USD 60.74

Royalti

Mawar, anyelir, gerbera lan anggrek

Godaan
USD 84.39

Godaan

Lili, anyelir lan gypsophila

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Ambung
USD 71.60

Ambung

24 Mawar lan gypsophila

Tabah
USD 84.39

Tabah

Gerbera, mawar lan lili

Antusias
USD 51.15

Antusias

Mawar

Panariman
USD 51.15

Panariman

3 Kembang srengenge lan anyelir

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Trisno Marang Alam
USD 71.60

Trisno Marang Alam

16 Mawar lan gypsophila

Teguh
USD 60.74

Teguh

4 Lili lan 7 mawar

Ngapusi
USD 51.15

Ngapusi

Lili, mawar lan gypsophila

Lara Ati
USD 84.39

Lara Ati

Mawar, anyelir , 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.