The Kampong

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Nine acres of lush gardens contain dozens of varieties of pomelo, avocado, and mango trees as well as other flowering plants and bamboo. Named after the Malay word for "village," the Kampong is one of five botanical facilities of the National Tropical Botanical Garden. It originally started as a winter home for horticulturalist David Fairchild who bought the estate in 1915 and successfully integrated almost 30,000 plant species from around the world. Reservations are required - call (305) 442-7169 to inquire and pay. (Photo by Xandria Holmes)

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The Kampong 10/2020