strong-scented


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having a strong odor

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You won't sniff out this culprit, but you'll see its work, the strong-scented fungal infection that causes a cat to scratch-scratch-scratch his ears or chew his paws to rawness.
There will be strong-scented flowers for people who are visually impaired, and plants which make a noise in the wind.
If you plant French marigolds in between tomato plants they will deter aphids, while growing strong-scented carrots and leeks together will keep away the other's pests.
Kakapos once waddled all over New Zealand, but European settlers and their predatory animals found the ground-dwelling, strong-scented birds easy to catch.
Other flowering trees that would grow well in your area include the strawberry tree (Arbutus unedo) with urn-shaped white flowers and bumpy yellow and red fruit; the desert willow (Chilopsis linearis) with fragrant pink trumpet flowers; the silk tree (Albizia julibrissin) with feathery pink flower puffs; and the southern magnolia (Magnolia grandiflora) with large, strong-scented, chaliced white blooms.
Strong-scented flowers have pink bands on the back, keep well, and are slow to discolor.