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FRAGA'S Nursery
Quality Interior Foliage
Topiary
12300 SW 46 st
Miami, FL. 33175
305-559-9555

Business Hours:
Monday – Friday
7:30am – 4pm

Saturday
7:30am – 2:00pm

Sunday
CLOSED

Topiares
Bromeliads
Exotic Plants
Indoor Plants
Plant Rental (Big events)
Landscaping

WE DELIVER!

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As seen in HORSE COUNTRY Newsletter

Fraga's Nursery - A Family Legacy

When you enter Fraga's Nursery, you are immediately struck by the symmetry and beauty of the topiaries lining
the entrance. Go a little further, and a sense of whimsy takes over as you experience topiary teddy bears, giraffes,porpoises and even alligators. Under the shade of the greenhouse,you're surrounded by the lush tropical greenery of orchids, bromeliads, ferns, palms, and hostas just to name a few.

There is no question that this nursery's plants are painstakingly cared for. There is also no doubt that this is not just a nursery selling plants, but a living tribute to the hard work, dedication, and closeness of the Fraga family. The founders and senior family members, Otto and Noram Fraga established the nursery over 30 years ago. While building the business, they lived on the property in the modest home that now serves as the nursery's office. Several years ago, they moved in to the home adjacent to the property, and its yard is now adorned with magnificent topiaries, some of which, their son Robert, designed especially for them. Robert and his sister Vivian are integral parts of the family business, and oversee everything from the design and care of the topiaries to local deliveries and shipments for export making this a true family owned and operated business.

So, the next time you're thinking about sprucing up your landscaping a bit, or need to rent just the perfect plants for a special event, stop by Fraga's (12300 SW 46th Street) for a beautiful selection of plants, advice about which are right for your needs, and a glimpse at a family working together with a common love of plants and each other. What a great way to help "KEEP HORSE COUNTRY GREEN"!

 

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