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    Green room :: Ficus carica (the plants) display of aerial greenery filling the glass dome of what was once a chapel.

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  • Erica Scott

    Outdoors in....Ficus filling the glass dome of what was once a chapel.

  • Meredith Collins

    A dream of a place

  • Nancy Hutchison

    Ficus makes a breathtaking display of aerial greenery filling the glass dome of what was once a chapel. my favorite indoor tree.

  • jamie wiseman

    Dream a little dream with me... Ficus carica (the plants) makes a breathtaking display of aerial greenery filling the glass dome of what was once a chapel. Tradition has it that the dome was built round the tree.

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