tuberose


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a tuberous Mexican herb having grasslike leaves and cultivated for its spikes of highly fragrant lily-like waxy white flowers

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5 AMOUAGE FIGMENT WOMAN, PS245 for 100ml, Selfridges INSPIRED by the country of Bhutan, exotic Figment Woman has an intensely floral heart of jasmine sambac, tuberose and orange blossom, complemented by flashes of spicy Sichuan pepper and rounded off with incense and Patchouli.
5 AMOUAGE FIGMENT WOMAN PS245 for 100ml, Selfridges INSPIRED by the country of Bhutan, exotic Figment Woman has an intensely floral heart of jasmine sambac, tuberose and orange blossom, complemented by flashes of spicy Sichuan pepper and rounded off with incense and Patchouli.
50 (30ml) Notes of: cherry blossom, berries, osmanthus and tuberose 'Britney perfumes are still among the most popular on the planet, and this oh-so cute version of Fantasy is sweet and familiar (it has that Britney sugariness), but also a lovely summery element from the cherry blossom.
Myrrh and Tonka pairs the rich, potent sap of the Namibian myrrh tree with warm almond and vanilla; Orris and Sandalwood combines the root of the Iris Pallida with sandalwood; Tuberose Angelica has the scent of white florals and amber wood; and Velvet Rose and Oud is rich, smoky and spiked with clove.
NIGRITELLA Nigritella, the fragrance from The Apls, Switzerland, is a fusion of Red Vanilla Orchid, tuberose and vanilla.
Gladiolus, roses, carnations, tuberose, marigold, jasmine, gerberas, lilies, statice and chrysanthemum, etc.
It's calling itself "the first mind-altering fleurotic" scent and claims its blend of tuberose, jasmine, frankincense and violet will stimulate scent receptors, making you more sexually attractive.
Field experiments conducted for testing field efficacy of bioformulations for management of root knot nematode (Meloidogyne incognita) infecting tuberose (Polianthes tuberosa L.
This species infests other economically important spice plants in the genera Beaucarnea, Dasylirion, and Yucca as well as tuberose, Polianthes tuberosa L.
The retailer said it will offer the fragrances of Apollo Hyacinth, Regal Tuberose, Fragile Violet, Virgin Lily of the Valley, Thorns Rose, Celestial Jasmine, Velvet Lavender and Sultry Rose, both in-store and online.
Over 40,000 stems of coral, orange and hot pink roses were accented by tulips, daffodils, iris, tuberose, forsythia, calla lilies, hydrangea, peony, delphinium, alstroemeria, bouvardia, freesia, nerine lily, viburnum and larkspur.
The present study examined the technical, allocative and economic efficiency of tuberose cut flower in district Kasur Pakistan, using non-parametric Data Envelopment Analysis (DEA) technique.
com)-- Terranova[R], purveyors of premium bath, body, and fragrances since 1970, announced today that they will donate 5% of the proceeds from the sale of Terranova[R] Tuberose Collection products and Terranova[R] Limited Edition "Pamper with A Purpose" gift sets, during Breast Cancer Awareness Month (October), to the National Breast Cancer Foundation, Inc.
It opens to sparkling notes of bergamot, pear and lily and reveals a sensuous floral combination of ylang-ylang, absolute tuberose and absolute jasmine.
The tuberose was a new plant brought to Versailles from Mexico, and was considered to have the power to awaken erotic desire.
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