Osmanthus


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Synonyms for Osmanthus

widely distributed genus of evergreen shrubs or trees of southern United States and Middle East and China and Japan

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Osmanthus armatus is a species whose wood contains such pit membranes, and a fungus-infected stem of this species was investigated to see whether the thickened tori could also inhibit movement of hyphae from one tracheary element to the next.
In lower places, the main elements of the forest are species of Matudaea, Inga, Clethra, Liquidambar, Pithecolobium, Ilez, Podocarpus, Osmanthus, Decrela and Olmediella (Miranda 1975).
In Phoenix Mountain in China, farmers allow osmanthus flowers to grow near the tea trees, which affects the flavor of the tea.
Our ancient people imagined they were a moon palace, osmanthus trees, and a jade rabbit," he said.
She refers to 'sweet osmanthus air', for example, and leaves the phrase for us to savour (a definition is given in the helpful glossary).
Pollen morphology of Osmanthus (Oleaceae) in China and its systematic significance.
Sour plum juice, made from smoked 'ume' (or dark plum), osmanthus flowers, hawthorn and licorice is also a traditional drink renowned for its purported health benefits.
Water-cooked salted ducks were prepared by a local meat factory (Nanjing Sweet-scented Osmanthus Duck Ltd.
The dried herbs assessed were juhua (Chrysanthemum morifolium), honeysuckle (Lonicera japonica), jasmine (Jasminum sambac), lavender (Lavandula angustifolia), rose (Rosa damascene), osmanthus (Osmanthus fragrans), duzhong (Eucommia ulmoides), jiaogulan (Gynostemmapentaphyllum), lemongrass (Cymbopogon citrates), and yerba mate (Ilexparaguariensis), many of which are popular teas in a number of Asian countries.
Combining flowery scents of osmanthus and patchouli, it may turn out to be more powerful than it promises to be.
Notes: Lotus, freesia, cyclamen, rose water, fresh peonies, carnation, white lilies, precious woods, osmanthus, amber seed, musk
Sipping on the hot osmanthus tea full of refreshing flower fragrance, you will leave your work worries and stress aside to enjoy your meal even before the food arrives.
Here, it is served perfectly roasted and sliced, the crisp skin giving way to moist slivers, and the bird is accompanied by plums and an exotic-sounding Osmanthus flower sauce, which complemented the sweetness of the fruit very well.