Sabinal is a rich zone as to natural conditions, being a great exponent of the exotic flora of the Cuban coasts. There is abundance of wild flowers like mariposa and orchids, but the whole flora is formed mainly by trees like Ateje, Llana, Sabina (a precious wood tree used mainly for cabinetwork), Oak, Cedar, Sabicú, and Brasilete.
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