tuberose


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tube·rose 1

 (to͞ob′rōz′, tyo͞ob′-, to͞o′bə-)
n.
A tuberous perennial Mexican plant (Polianthes tuberosa) having grasslike leaves and cultivated for its highly fragrant white flowers, which yield an essential oil formerly used in perfumery.

[From New Latin tūberōsa, species name, from feminine of Latin tūberōsus, full of lumps, from tūber, lump; see tuber.]

tu·ber·ose 2

 (to͞o′bə-rōs′, tyo͞o′-)
adj.
Variant of tuberous.

tuberose

n
(Plants) a perennial Mexican agave plant, Polianthes tuberosa, having a tuberous root and spikes of white fragrant lily-like flowers
adj
1. (Anatomy) a variant of tuberous
2. (Botany) a variant of tuberous
[C17: from Latin tūberōsus full of lumps; referring to its root]

tube•rose

(ˈtubˌroʊz, ˈtyub-, ˈtu bəˌroʊz, ˈtyu-)

n.
a bulbous plant, Polianthes tuberosa, cultivated for its spike of fragrant, creamy white, lilylike flowers.
[1655–65; < New Latin tuberosa, feminine of Latin tūberōsus]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.tuberose - a tuberous Mexican herb having grasslike leaves and cultivated for its spikes of highly fragrant lily-like waxy white flowerstuberose - a tuberous Mexican herb having grasslike leaves and cultivated for its spikes of highly fragrant lily-like waxy white flowers
flower - a plant cultivated for its blooms or blossoms
genus Polianthes, Polianthes - genus of perennial tuberous herbs having lily-like flowers; Mexico; sometimes placed in family Amaryllidaceae
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"The trunks being now ready, he DE- after kissing his mother and sisters, and once more pressing to his bosom his adored Gretchen, who, dressed in simple white muslin, with a single tuberose in the ample folds of her rich brown hair, had tottered feebly down the stairs, still pale from the terror and excitement of the past evening, but longing to lay her poor aching head yet once again upon the breast of him whom she loved more dearly than life itself, PARTED."
"No, no, Albert, but you know these roses, tuberoses, and orange-flowers throw out at first, before one is used to them, such violent perfumes."
In the court he met little Eva,--a crown of tuberoses on her head, and her eyes radiant with delight.
Tuberose: Field/Plot Preparation, Digging Of Bulbs, Application Of Fym & Other Manures, Planting Of Bulbs, Hoeing And Weeding, Irrigation, Spray Of Insecticides/Pesticides Opening date : 05 Aug 2019 Period of contract : 8 months
The Kai signature hotel collection is available and includes scents such as gardenia, jasmine and tuberose. The product range comprises a bath and shower gel, shampoo, conditioner and hand and body lotion in 25, 40 and 60 ml recyclable bottles.
For agave weevil tuberose bulbs (Garcia-Ramirez et al., 2014), agaves, pine apple, and banana (Figueroa-Castro et al., 2017) had been evaluated.
It's evening-y, but not overpoweringly so, and has a lovely balance between the flowers (jasmine, tuberose) and the rich, earthy base notes.
The sturdy fragrant flower spikes of tuberose (Polianthes tuberosa L.) with serially arranged florets are very popular but are perishable in nature with vase life of 6-8 days.
The agave weevil, Scyphophorus acupunctatus Gyllenhall (Coleoptera: Dryophthoridae), is considered a primary pest of agave (Agave spp.) (Asparagaceae) and tuberose (Polianthes tuberosa L.) (Asparagaceae) in Mexico (Solis-Aguilar et al.
Tuberose, an intoxicating white flower that had its heyday in the 1940s in Robert Piguet's Fracas, is back in a big way.
BLOOM PS72 for 50ml, Harrods 3Gucci THE first fragrance from creative director Alessandro Michele, this is a powerful melange of florals - centred around tuberose, jasmine and a red flower called the Rangoon Creeper - and it's bloomin' lovely.
3 GUCCI BLOOM PS72 for 50ml, Harrods THE first fragrance from creative director Alessandro Michele, this is a powerful melange of florals - centre around tuberose, jasmine and a red flower called the Rangoon Creeper - and it's bloomin' lovely!

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