Definition of Olearia haastii
1. Noun. Bushy New Zealand shrub cultivated for its fragrant white flower heads.
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Literary usage of Olearia haastii
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1. Seaside Planting of Trees and Shrubs by Alfred Gaut (1907)
"Several species of shrubs, as Euonymus, Broad-leaved Holly, Barberry, Olearia Haastii, and others, succeed well. Farther southwards the trees, where in full ..."
2. Seaside Planting of Trees and Shrubs by Alfred Gaut (1907)
"Olearia haastii, sometimes called the " Olive " in allusion to its resemblance to ... See Olearia haastii. Oriental Spruce. See Picea orientalis. Pear Tree. ..."
3. Gardening in California: Landscape and Flower by John McLaren (1908)
"The best flowering kinds are Olearia Foster!i, Olearia Gunnii, and Olearia haastii. Propagate by cuttings of half-ripe wood inserted, in October, ..."
4. Memories of the Months: Being Pages from the Notebook of a Field-naturalist by Herbert Maxwell (1897)
"Olearia haastii, as botanists have somewhat clumsily named it, is a shrub of the order Composites, typified by our own daisies and thistles, with leathery, ..."
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