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Myrtus communis

Myrtus communis

boxwoods (or other shrubbery) around the base of trees for an instant elegance and a manicured, low maintenance look

boxwoods (or other shrubbery) around the base of trees for an instant elegance and a manicured, low maintenance look

Tên các loại hoa quả rau củ phổ biến trong tiếng anh   A  A Clove of Garlic: Tép tỏi Acerola/Barbados cherry: Trái sơ-ri Vietnam Allspice (Jamaica pepper Myrtle pepper): Hạt tiêu Gia-mai-ca Almond Extract: Dầu hạnh nhân Almond Paste: Bột hạnh nhân Alum: Phèn chua Amberella / Java plum / Great hog plum / Otaheite Apple: Trái cóc vàng Amarelle: German cherry một loại trái ăn rất chua (ex: sơ-ri) Annatto or Annatto seeds: Hột điều màu Annona Glabra: Trái Bình Bát Anise: Tai hồi Apple: Táo bom…

Tên các loại hoa quả rau củ phổ biến trong tiếng anh A A Clove of Garlic: Tép tỏi Acerola/Barbados cherry: Trái sơ-ri Vietnam Allspice (Jamaica pepper Myrtle pepper): Hạt tiêu Gia-mai-ca Almond Extract: Dầu hạnh nhân Almond Paste: Bột hạnh nhân Alum: Phèn chua Amberella / Java plum / Great hog plum / Otaheite Apple: Trái cóc vàng Amarelle: German cherry một loại trái ăn rất chua (ex: sơ-ri) Annatto or Annatto seeds: Hột điều màu Annona Glabra: Trái Bình Bát Anise: Tai hồi Apple: Táo bom…

jump for joy2010 posted a photo:  From Wikipedia:  Myrica gale is a species of flowering plant in the genus Myrica, native to northern and western Europe and parts of northern North America. Common names include Bog-myrtle and sweetgale. It is a deciduous shrub growing to 1–2 m tall. The leaves are spirally arranged, simple, 2–5 cm long, oblanceolate with a tapered base and broader tip, and a crinkled or finely toothed margin. The flowers are catkins, with male and female catkins on separate…

jump for joy2010 posted a photo: From Wikipedia: Myrica gale is a species of flowering plant in the genus Myrica, native to northern and western Europe and parts of northern North America. Common names include Bog-myrtle and sweetgale. It is a deciduous shrub growing to 1–2 m tall. The leaves are spirally arranged, simple, 2–5 cm long, oblanceolate with a tapered base and broader tip, and a crinkled or finely toothed margin. The flowers are catkins, with male and female catkins on separate…

Guava: is a sweet, pink tropical fruit that is not only rich in tropical taste, but also in vitamins A and C (one variety has four times as much vitamin C as an orange!), potassium and magnesium. Some varieties have extremely high levels of antioxidants. The guava plant itself is a member of the myrtle family and it is grown in tropical and subtropical regions.

Guava: is a sweet, pink tropical fruit that is not only rich in tropical taste, but also in vitamins A and C (one variety has four times as much vitamin C as an orange!), potassium and magnesium. Some varieties have extremely high levels of antioxidants. The guava plant itself is a member of the myrtle family and it is grown in tropical and subtropical regions.

Dominic Tong's range of premium ice creams used fresh milk from the Myrtle Farm Hereford herd, piles of real fruit and very little else. Selling directly to delicatessens in the South East and London, Dominic wanted a brandmark and packaging that would se…

Dominic Tong's range of premium ice creams used fresh milk from the Myrtle Farm Hereford herd, piles of real fruit and very little else. Selling directly to delicatessens in the South East and London, Dominic wanted a brandmark and packaging that would se…

yzygium is a genus of flowering plants that belongs to the myrtle family, Myrtaceae. Several species of Syzygium bear fruit that are edible for humans, many of which are named "roseapple"(also known as lillipillies, brush cherries or satinash)

yzygium is a genus of flowering plants that belongs to the myrtle family, Myrtaceae. Several species of Syzygium bear fruit that are edible for humans, many of which are named "roseapple"(also known as lillipillies, brush cherries or satinash)

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