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“D. draco is the stout-trunked Dragon Tree; D. marginata has grey stems and narrow leaves; D. fragrans has heavy blue-grey ribbon-like leaves as long as 3 feet.”
“There have been rhododendrons that died, Osmanthus fragrans of which half died and were replaced with fothergillas dug as suckers from a planting elsewhere on the slope.”
“All but this one were replaced with evergreen Osmanthus fragrans seen in the foreground.”
“Regem Deumque annuntiant thesaurus, et fragrans odor thuris Sabaei, ac myrrheus pulvis sepulchrum praedocet.”
“The source is the insignificant looking but packing a wallop flowering of the Tea Olive, Osmanthus fragrans.”
“A row of Osmanthus fragrans was planted to replace the too messy zebra grass, Miscathus sinensis ‘Zebrinus’ behind the rails.”
“The initial Dracena fragrans note fades out after the initial blast of tropical steam and turns into a soft, creamy tuberose and ylag ylang that remains subtle and subdued for the remaining of its life on my skin - with soft woody murmurs like the hushing leaves in the jungle at night.”
“The principal steppe communities include: Artemisia fragrans steppe, most common at lower elevations; tragacanthic steppes of Astragalus spp.,”
“Approximately 160 species of phanerogams, three club-mosses Lycopodium annotinum, Diphasiastrum alpinum and Huperzia selago, two horsetails Equisetum arvense and E. variegatum, and four ferns Cystopteris fragilis, Dryopteris fragrans, Woodsia ilvensis and Woodsia glabella occur in the nominated area.”
“In Sierra Leone, common plant associations include species that are also common in the moist evergreen forest: Anthonotha fragrans, Bridelia grandis, Daniella thurifera, Parinari excelsa, Parkia bicolor, Pycnanthus angolensis, Terminalia superba and Terminalia ivorensis.”
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