Osmanthus fragrance ( sweet tea olive ) or ( Fragrant Tea olive ) blossoms of the hardy tea olive are visually inconsequential, but their impact can be significant. The strong fragrance can be smelled from several hundred' away. Tiny white flowers bloom in clusters along the stems. Leaves are dark, glossy green, arranged oppositely on the stem, & may be finely toothed or smooth. Sweet olive blooms during the cool season. Expect it to bloom in late fall & again in early spring. Sweet olive does best in fertile, moist, well-drained, slightly acid soil. Sunlight or partial shade suits it well. Other common names: sweet osmanthus, tea olive, hardy tea olive mature height: 10-15' mature width: 8-10' exposure: sun to partial shade hardiness zones: 7-9
Fruitlands Fragrant Tea Olive (osmanthus) - Live Plant - Quart Pot
Fruitlands Fragrant Tea OliveOsmanthus x fruitlandii Fruitland's Tea Olive. This species is actually a cross between Osmanthus heterophyllus and O. fragransand was introduced from Japan in 1856.It makes a truly handsome shrub which can mature at 15-20' in height with an equal spread, but it can easily be kept much smaller with some judicious pruning. Fruitland's tea olive Has dense growth in an oval-rounded form. Cream Colored, highly fragrant flowers last for several weeks from October to December. Great for use as a specimen plant, evergreen privacy hedge, and mass plantings. Plant close to your house or patio to enjoy the extremely aromatic scent this plant puts off when in bloom Mature Height : 15-20 feetMature Width : 15-20 feetExposure : Full sun to ShadeHardiness Zones : 6-10
New Life Nursery & Garden / - Fudingzhu Fragrant Tea Olive (osmanthus) / - 3 Gallon Pot
Fudingzhu tea olive osmanthus fragrance 'Fudingzhu' ( fodingzhu ) the name 'Fudingzhu' Means "pearls on Buddha's head." This is the most outstanding woody introduction for the deep South in the last 20 years. Profuse white flowers cover this plant from early fall through winter & early spring. The heaviest blooming tea olive in existence bar none, it flowers so heavily that its blooms literally encircle its branches. Flowers can be seen from a couple hundred' Away & you can start to smell the sweet fragrance within one hundred'. Lustrous dark green oblong leaves on top & slightly lighter in color below. Great for use as a flowering hedge, planted near walkways or patios for fragrance, screen, or as a specimen plant. Evergreen mature height: 8-10' Mature width: 6-8' Exposure: full sun to partial shade Hardiness zones: 7-9
Orange Fragrant Tea Olive - Live Plants - Quart Pot
Orange Fragrant Tea Olive osmanthus f. aurantiacus Evergreen Asian shrub that can become almost tree-like in mild climates. The leaves are about 3 inches long with small marginal teeth. It is highly prized in southern U.S. gardens for the deliciously fragrant flowers which are light to bright orange. This variety is exceptionally heavy blooming. It is more cold hardy than the species, tolerating temperatures down to -8 °F with little damage. Blooms in the fall. Great for use as a fragrant evergreen hedge, in large containers near entrances and doorways, or as specimen plants in the landscape Mature Height : 8-10 feet Mature Width : 3-4 feet Exposure : Full Sun to partial shade Hardiness Zones 6-9
Fragrant Tea Olive Plants - Osmanthus Fragrans - The Most Fragrant Blooms! - 3 Gallon | No Shipping to AZ
A friend of mine cherished the visits from his grandchildren, but worried that the younger ones would eventually forget about their time together.He wanted to create memories that would outlive him. He's a big believer that smells make a stronger impact than sights or sounds. So he started looking for a flowering shrub that would give a unique fragrance that would be associated with his home only. The Fragrant Tea Olive became his answer.Osmanthus Fragrans, better known as the Fragrant Tea Olive, produces small white blooms that pack a punch. Some describe it as a rose scent, others as gardenia and still others as jasmine.These unusually scented flowers come on in late winter, signalling the beginning of spring, then bloom sporadically during the summer. For an encore, the Fragrant Tea Olive puts on a show again in the fall. This isn't a flower you have to bury your nose in to smell. Some customers have said they can smell a row of Tea Olives from up to 100 feet away! Plant them near your entryway, windows or patio. On breezy days let the refreshing fragrance fill your home.Cut off a few branches for your kitchen, car and office.This strong scent attracts the usual summertime characters of humming birds and butterflies. Where other fragrant plants only offer 1 month of aroma, the...
This is the most fragrant species of a group known as a whole for their superb scent. Fragrant tea olives can grow as tall as 20 to 30 feet near the coast, although they are usually smaller, particularly in the Piedmont. Height is more often in the 10 to 12 foot range with an 8-foot width. Plants are upright when young, but can spread into a small vase-shaped tree at maturity. Fragrant tea olives will grow throughout South Carolina, but can suffer cold damage in the upper Piedmont or Mountains if temperatures in a very cold winter approach 0 °F or if during a warm winter the temperature drops rapidly to 20 °F. Fragrant tea olive has an exceptionally long bloom period, often for 2 months during the fall, with scattered blooming through winter and into the spring. The flowering-plants are showy, held in clusters along the stems. There are several cultivars, mostly chosen for flower color. While some are still uncommon, they are well worth the search. Zone 7-10.
FRAGRANT TEA OLIVE - Osmanthus decorus 'Baki Kasapligil' - EXTREMELY FRAGRANT FLOWERS - 3 - Year TREE
Osmanthus decorus 'Baki Kasapligil' * Full sun * Zones 6-8 * 6' tall * 4' wide named for a UC Davis professor, is a 6ft shrub with arching branches. It is tolerant of dry shade and its white, fragrant flowers are in conspicuous clusters.
50 Fragrant Tea Olive Tree Seeds, Osmanthus Frangrans
The Fragrant Olive is a large evergreen shrub or small tree. This tree is grown for its sweet, fragrant flowers. This tree can reach heights of 20 to 30 feet. An excellent flowering tree for patios or near entrances.
Growth Rate: Slow
Soil Type: Adaptable to most soils but grows best in fertile, moist, well-drained, acidic soil. Drought-tolerant once established.
Zones: 7 to 10
Germination Range: 40-60%
Stratification Requirement: None required
Fragrant Princess Dwarf Tea Olive - Live Plant - Trade Gallon Pot
Fragrant Priness Dwarf Tea Olive Osmanthus 'Kaori Hime' This has to be one of the most incredible new introductions of this species in recent memory. ( Nurseries Caroliniana ) "We found this cultivar in Japan in November, 2009 and the parent plant was in full flower". The leaves are typical of this species, but are only 3/8" long. But the most remarkable thing about it is that it will flower when only a few inches tall. Many plants this dwarf rarely flower, if ever, but the flowers are full size, so they put on quite a show and are just as fragrant as the species. We don't know the ultimate size of this cultivar, but it is thought to only get 1 to 2' in height. Ideal for a rock garden or very confined spaces or even as a container plant. This is the first Tea Olive that I would ever recommend for bonsai. Bloom Time : Fall Mature Height : 1-2 feet Mature Width : 1-2 feet Exposure : Full sun to partial shade Hardiness Zones : 6-10
5 Osmanthus fragrans Sweet Olive MIX seeds one of the most fragrant tree
Zone: 7b - 10 Height: 15 to 30 feet Spread: 15 to 20 feet Soil tolerances: clay; loam; sand; acidic; well?drained Drought tolerance: moderate Germination Guide: (Outdoor) Soak seeds in water for 1- 3 days. Plant the seeds in half /heavy shaded area at late Spring. Seeds will germinate at Fall or next Spring. Keep the soil moist until seeds germinate. Outdoor method may not works on some area (depends on the climate) (Indoor) Step 1 Soak seeds in water for 1- 3 days, Then soak seeds with 10% peroxide solution for 5 mins. ( This will prevent seeds from rotting during stratification ) Step 2 Fill a Container with Moist sand ( You can feel itÂ's wet, but can not squeeze water out of it ) . Dig a hole at least 2 inch deep. Place seeds in the hole and cover them with sand. Step 3 Cover the top layer of sand with two inches of mulch, or you can seal the container with plastic wrap. The point is to keep the sand moist. Write the date on the outside of your container. Step 4 Osmanthus fragrans need at least 3 months warm stratification and 3 months cold stratification. To do this you need to place the pot in a warm place with temperature of 18 - 27Â°C for 3 months. Cold stratification require temperature around 2 - 10Â°C (avoid frost!). Step 5 Check seeds about once a week, remove ro...
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How to grow Fragrant Tea Olive - Osmanthus Fragrans - Guìhuā
Fragrant Tea Olive
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This video is a detailed description of Fragrant Tea Olive. Fragrant Tea Olive is a Chinese native shrub that gets wonderfully scented flowers in the fall and spring. It is an evergreen shrub that gets very tall and is best used as a screening plant. It is also known as Osmanthus Fragrans or in Chinese guìhuā.
Fragrant Tea Olive
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