damask rose


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Synonyms for damask rose

large hardy very fragrant pink rose

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The Damask rose grows naturally in the Qalamoun Mountains, al-Sheikh Mountain, and some areas in the Ghouta area in Damascus Countryside.
Damask rose stem cuttings were taken during the first week of December from Floriculture Research Area, Institute of Horticultural Sciences, University of Agriculture Faisalabad.
Owing to the specific climatic and soil conditions, the Community of Agros has come to be identified with damask rose growing and processing and over the years a number of cultural traditions have developed in connection with this," the EC said.
Effect of some auxins on growth of damask rose cuttings in different growing media.
According to the definition, the Bulgarian attar of roses is an essential oil obtained by means of the steam distillation of flowers of the Damask rose (Rosa damascena Mill.
No matter the city, I always leave my hotel room infused with damask rose, benzoin gum, and jasmine, courtesy of the deftly skilled Council of the Maharishi Ayurveda Physicians.
Each year, since the early 1940s--when the damask rose was introduced to the region--the town of El Kelaa, high in the rugged Atlas mountains of Morocco, holds a rose festival around the beginning of May.
Damask Rose Print Silk Wraparound dressing gown, PS59; Sunset Padded Silk Bra, PS22.
A trained team of therapists offer a wide treatment menu, including massage treatments, body treatments, facial treatments as well as foot and hand treatments, using high quality product lines that incorporate indigenous ingredients like damask rose and frankincense.
Shedding new light on that quintessential Tudor emblem, Dugan reveals how the distillation of damask rose gave the monarch a signature fragrance, which projected a majestic presence, particularly at court masques, as well as a sovereign absence when worn by his amours.
Also known as Damask rose, it adds a light, refined air.
BACKGROUND: Rose oil is the essential oil extracted from the petals of the damask rose.
The Bahraini rose appears to be related to the Damask Rose (Rosa damascena), which is said to have been introduced to Europe from Damascus by French knight Robert de Brie in the middle of the 13th Century - hence the specific name damascena.
A beautiful white jasmine flower unfurls its petals on the carton, inviting you to inhale the delightful floral fragrance contained within--created by Marie Salamagne, Olivier Cresp and Jacques Cavallier--with its notes of bergamot, Damask rose, jasmine, incense extract, patchouli essence and Tonka bean.
Fertile Earth I In the corner of the garden we found the perfect spot for the damask rose "Celsiana," but when we dug, we hit a boulder.