Any of many deciduous bushes associated with genus Philadelphus, having other, easy leaves and white, generally fragrant blossoms with four petals and numerous stamens.
any one of different similar or relevant shrubs or trees.
any types of shrubs regarding the genus Philadelphus, which have whitish and often fragrant flowers.
Any plant associated with the genus Philadelphus, but specially P. coronarius. Its fragrance in blossom resembles compared to orange-flowers. See syringa.
See crazy lime, under orange.
just like calabazilla.
The Victorian laurel, Pittosporum undulatum, a little tree yielding a hard, close-grained whitish timber. In the Azores it is useful for protecting orange-trees from the wind. Known as in addition native laurel. See Pittosporum.
small shrubby deciduous yellowwood tree of south central US having spines, shiny dark-green leaves and an inedible good fresh fruit that resembles an orange; its tough orange-colored timber used for bows by local Americans; regularly planted as boundary hedge
small flowering evergreen tree of south usa
big robust shrub with showy and highly fragrant creamy-white blossoms simply speaking terminal racemes
shrubby thorny deciduous tree of southeastern usa with white flowers and little black colored drupaceous good fresh fruit
a genus of American and Asiatic bushes (Philadelphus), with showy white plants in panicled cymes. Philadelphus coronarius, from Asia, features fragrant blossoms; the United states sorts tend to be almost scentless.