Barclayville Pangiriman Kembang

Kaendahan sing Apik Banget
USD 53.20

Kaendahan sing Apik Banget

Lili, gerbera, anyelir lan krisan

Aku Dhuwekmu
USD 73.14

Aku Dhuwekmu

3 Gerbera, anyelir lan gypsophila

Joyo
USD 53.20

Joyo

Lili lan mawar

Setya
USD 74.47

Setya

12 Mawar, lili, viburnum, aster, anyelir lan statice

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Saklawase
USD 53.20

Saklawase

Anyelir, mawar, aster, button pom

Guyonan
USD 73.14

Guyonan

Mawar, lili, anyelir lan gerbera

Modern
USD 53.20

Modern

Gerbera, lili lan aster

Mesem
USD 53.20

Mesem

Mawar

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Katresnan
USD 73.14

Katresnan

12 Mawar

Ningkahan Sing Nyenengake
USD 101.07

Ningkahan Sing Nyenengake

Lili, anggrek, anyelir lan anggrek

Godha
USD 101.07

Godha

Mawar, anyelir lan anggrek

Andhap Asor Sing Apik
USD 53.20

Andhap Asor Sing Apik

Mawar, gerbera, krisan lan anggrek

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Utomo
USD 74.47

Utomo

24 Mawar lan gypsophila

Kebecikan Sempurno
USD 53.20

Kebecikan Sempurno

9 Mawar lan gypsophila

Trisno Tenan
USD 53.20

Trisno Tenan

Mawar lan heather

Apik
USD 53.20

Apik

Buket 6 mawar lan aster

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Barclayville, located in southeastern Liberia, was once four disconnected villages that frequently feuded with one another before being united into one township by President Edwin Barclay in the 1930s. It is located in the Grand Kru County, and is the most populated town in and the capital of the Grand Kru County. Most of the town lives fairly traditionally, and Barclayville is also known for being the site of the county schools, such as the regional high school. Barclayville is known for its farming, and the plants that are found there are mainly agricultural, such as rice, tapioca, and piper nigrum or black pepper.