Osmanthus x fortunei

By: caitlinclineff

Oct 06 2014

Category: Uncategorized

1 Comment

Aperture:f/2.6
Focal Length:3.7mm
ISO:125
Shutter:1/30 sec
Camera:SPH-L710

Walking through the gardens at this time of year, you may wonder from which plant the sweet, perfume-like fragrance is coming. At first glance, the tiny white flowers hidden amongst the evergreen foliage of the fortune’s osmanthus shrubs are easy to overlook, but their scent will certainly catch your attention!

Botanical name: Osmanthus x fortunei

Common name: Fortune’s osmanthus

Family: Oleaceae

Garden location: the Ellipse

One comment on “Osmanthus x fortunei”

  1. Since this is my guest post, so I should be the first catmentomor, haha! (But suddenly I found I become the second…)Well, I do really consider visiting this shop recently, although the weather becomes so cold now. But I still can wear warm and eat ice cream there, right?Hope this time I would have courage to try the crazy flavors. 😛


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