Fragrant Tea Olive grows up to 9m (30feet) but slowly. This tree has flower in autumn and spread strong great fragrant odor around it. We call white flowers Fragrant Tea olive as Gin Mokusei (銀木犀) in Japan. And orange color Fragrant Tea Olive as Kin Mokusei (金木犀). Gin means silver and Kin means gold.
Entries from October 2009
October 18th, 2009 · 2 Comments
October 18th, 2009 · No Comments
These are leaves of Sasaba False Holly Tea Olive. This tree grow slowly up to 3m (10 feet) in the area of partial shade. Sasaba is a Japanese word and means bamboo leaves in Japan. The leaves of Sasaba False Holly Tea Olive form long and spiny at the ends of them so the name […]
October 6th, 2009 · No Comments
I took this photo of Full Moon Maple on September 2nd, so the color of leaves are still green. But in late October they’ll change their leaves color dramatically in beautifully.