Chimonanthus


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Noun1.Chimonanthus - small genus of Asian deciduous or evergreen shrubs having fragrant flowers: winter sweet
magnoliid dicot genus - genus of dicotyledonous flowering plants regarded as among the most primitive of extant angiosperms
Calycanthaceae, calycanthus family, family Calycanthaceae, strawberry-shrub family - shrubs or small trees having aromatic bark; the eastern United States and eastern Asia
Chimonanthus praecox, Japan allspice, Japanese allspice, winter sweet - deciduous Japanese shrub cultivated for its fragrant yellow flowers
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If you are out and about, there are some choice plants to admire at the moment - the witch hazels are producing their spidery flowers and Chimonanthus praecox's waxy lemony blooms emit a beautiful scent at this time of year.
If you are out and about, there are choice plants to admire - witch hazels are producing their spidery flowers and Chimonanthus praecox's waxy lemony blooms emit a beautiful scent at this time of year.
I've got grass seedlings in borders which have to be pulled by hand Chimonanthus praecox's waxy lemony blooms emit a beautiful scent at this time of year
White Jasmine flowers and the cheery yellow blooms of Chimonanthus praecox Although deciduous, so it drops its But if
A warm, south-facing wall offers the greatest opportunities, especially for showing off the bare branches of wintersweet, or Chimonanthus praecox.
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Wintersweet, or Chimonanthus praecox, is another treasure to be found at this time of year.
Xua et al., "Antifungal activity of alkaloids from the seeds of Chimonanthus praecox," Chemistry and Biodiversity, vol.
The 32 diabetic model mice were divided randomly into 4 groups on average listed in Table 1, including diabetic model group (DM), low dose of Chimonanthus nitens Oliv.
A poor shoot multiplication was found with Chimonanthus praecox where the amount of viable tissue persistently decreased with each subculture (Kozomara et al., 2008).