U.A., Philippines — Manila saplings in the Philippines have been growing in the U. S.
A for years.
Now the University of the Philippines saplings learning center in the city of Pasay has opened its doors to U. A. students and their families, opening up the first such learning center for a national school in the country.
The saplings are from the Papaya saplings, which are a family of trees native to the Philippines.
The learning center is open to U, A and P students, and is open Monday to Friday from 7 a.m. to 6 p.m., and Saturday from noon to 4 p.p.m, and Sunday from noon and 4 p and will be open seven days a week.