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mezereon

(mə-zîr′ē-ən) or

mezereum

(-əm)
n.
1. A poisonous Eurasian ornamental shrub (Daphne mezereum) having fragrant lilac-purple flowers and small scarlet fruit.
2. The dried bark of this plant, formerly used for medicinal purposes.
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mezereum 'Alba') and there are also evergreen types including D.
of the section Mezereum. A later study of the sister genus Wiskstroemia (Dute et al., 1996) showed tori to be present in the subgenera Diplomorpha and Daphnimorpha, but absent from the subgenus Wikstroemia.
Like D mezereum, it is very hardy and a good choice for most gardens.
cneorum, mezereum, odora and bhuloma - all of which have incredibly scented flowers.
Start off on the homeopathic preparation Mezereum. As well as this, I would advise you to take one capsule of Petaforce twice a day, and this should be very helpful in easing the pain and discomfort in your mouth.
It is probably the most widely grown of all daphnes, along with Daphne mezereum, which flowers on bare wood.
Good choices include camellias, clematis armandii, forsythia, flowering currants, the Kilmarnock willow and Daphne mezereum. And we've got plenty of colourful azaleas and rhododendrons as well as new stocks of herbaceous perennials.
Some of the common varieties and fragrant species include Daphne cneorum and Daphne mezereum.
mezereum, a 1.2m (4ft) upright cottage-garden classic.
One of the earliest is Daphne mezereum with its deep purple-pink scented flowers in late winter - these are followed by yellow fruits if the bees pollinate early enough.
Then there's the divine Daphne mezereum; a stately shrub with a 'stop you in your tracks' kind of scent.