The Tuberose (Polianthes tuberosa) is a perennial plant related to the agaves, extracts of which are used as a middle note in perfumery. The tuberose is a night-blooming plant, with fragrant waxy white flowers, and is thought to be native to Mexico along with every other species of Polianthes. In Mexican Spanish the flower is called Nardo or Vara de San José. - Flickr - Photo Sharing!

The Tuberose (Polianthes tuberosa) is a perennial plant related to the agaves, extracts of which are used as a middle note in perfumery. The tuberose is a night-blooming plant, with fragrant waxy white flowers, and is thought to be native to Mexico along with every other species of Polianthes. In Mexican Spanish the flower is called Nardo or Vara de San José. - Flickr - Photo Sharing!

Tuberose has much meaning around the world and plays popular and important roles in many cultures. In India, the tuberoses are used frequently in weddings as garland and decorations, and this flower is also used in various cultural rituals. In Iran, the tuberoses’ oil is extracted and used to make a perfume. In Hawaii you will commonly see the tuberoses incorporated into leis. It is also used all over the world as a funeral flower.

Tuberose has much meaning around the world and plays popular and important roles in many cultures. In India, the tuberoses are used frequently in weddings as garland and decorations, and this flower is also used in various cultural rituals. In Iran, the tuberoses’ oil is extracted and used to make a perfume. In Hawaii you will commonly see the tuberoses incorporated into leis. It is also used all over the world as a funeral flower.

Afirmación para Hoy: 9 de Mayo

Afirmación para Hoy: 9 de Mayo

Wrongly name orange tuberose on indulgy site. It's actually Ornithogalum dubium, a brilliant orange Star of Bethlehem that grows in South Africa so sadly, not winter hardy for temperate climates.

The Victorians must have been among the latter: they forbade young girls of inhaling the scent of tuberose in the fear they might have a spontaneous orgasm!

days of wine and roses

The Victorians must have been among the latter: they forbade young girls of inhaling the scent of tuberose in the fear they might have a spontaneous orgasm!

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An entry from note to self

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