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Osmanthus fragrans Lour. var. aurantiacus Makino






Mount Usu / Sarobetsu post-mined peatland
From left: Crater basin in 1986 and 2006. Cottongrass / Daylily

Osmanthus Lour. (モクセイ) in Japan


O. americanus (L.) Knobl. (アメリカヒイラギ)
O. enervius Masam. et K. Mori (ナンゴクモクセイ)
O. fragrans Lour. (モクセイ)
O. heterophyllus (G. Don) P. S. Green (ヒイラギ, s.l.)
O. insularis Koidz. (シマモクセイ)

var. okinawensis T. Yamaz. (ヤナギバモクセイ)
f. aureus (Hatus.) Hatus. (キンナタオレノキ)

O. iriomotensis T. Yamaz. (ヤエヤマヒイラギ)
O. lanceolatus Hayata (トガリバモクセイ)
O. marginatus (Champ. ex Benth.) Hemsl. (リュウキュウモクセイ)
O. matsumuranus Hayata (オオバモクセイ)
O. rigidus Nakai (オオモクセイ)
Hybrids
O. × fortunei Carriere (ヒイラギモクセイ)
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Osmanthus fragrans in Japan


Osmanthus fragrans Lour. (モクセイ, s.l.)

= sweet osmanthus, sweet olive, tea olive, or fragrant olive
var. aurantiacus Makino (キンモクセイ, 金木犀)
Lifeform: evergreen short tree
Distribution: southern China
Flower: white - yellow
Utilization: gardening → flavor
Synonyms: Osmanthus aurantiacus (Makino) Nakai

f. aurantiacus (Makino) P. S. Green (キンモクセイ, s.s.)
f. leucanthus T. Yamaz. (シロモクセイ)
f. thunbergii (Makino) T. Yamaz. (ウスギモクセイ)

var. fragrans (ギンモクセイ)

ST1 ST2 ST3
[1-3] at Showa Memorial Park, Tachikawa, Tokyo, on November 11 2013. [3] a bark (樹皮)

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