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Cananga odorata seed

Common name: alangilang, ylang ylang, ilang ilang, Ilang-ilang, perfume tree, Chanel #5 tree, . Family: annonaceae (annona family). Originally from Indonesia

Tropical Flowering Tree
Produces 4 – 5 Inch Long Trailing, Greenish – Yellow Flowers That Produce A Scent Of An Exquisite Mixture Of Hyacinth, Narcissus, & Clove

 

Same Flower are used for production for Chanel #5

Ylang-Ylang, pronounced (ee-lang ee-lang) and is among the most celebrated flowering trees in the world Made famous by Coco Chanel who in 1923 said upon introducing Chanel No.5 in Paris, “I wanted a perfume that is composed – not hints of roses or lilies of the valley. A woman’s perfume – redolent, evocative of a woman. A perfume unlike any other ever made. The ideal scent for a woman.”

 

It is a medium to large sized tree with fast-growing rate

Grow in full sun. Water regularly. Provide humidity

Takes time to germinate, up to 4-8 weeks

This plant has been said to grow in the following regions:  Fallbrook, California Long Beach, California Los Angeles, California San Clemente, California San Diego, California Biscayne Park, Florida Bunnell, Florida Cocoa Beach, Florida Coral Springs, Florida Lake Worth, Florida Loxahatchee, Florida Merritt Island, Miami, Florida, Florida Mulberry, Florida Pembroke Pines, Florida Southgate, Florida West Vero Corridor, Florida Ainaloa, Hawaii (2 reports) Hana, Hawaii Rincon, Puerto Rico San Juan, Puerto Rico
Common name: alangilang, ylang ylang, ilang ilang, Ilang-ilang, perfume tree, Chanel #5 tree, . Family: annonaceae (annona family). Originally from Indonesia

Tropical Flowering Tree

 

Produces 4 – 5 Inch Long Trailing, Greenish – Yellow Flowers That Produce A Scent Of An Exquisite Mixture Of Hyacinth, Narcissus, & Clove

 

Same flower are used for production for Chanel #5

Ylang-Ylang, pronounced (ee-lang ee-lang) and is among the most celebrated flowering trees in the world Made famous by Coco Chanel who in 1923 said upon introducing Chanel No.5 in Paris, “I wanted a perfume that is composed – not hints of roses or lilies of the valley. A woman’s perfume – redolent, evocative of a woman. A perfume unlike any other ever made. The ideal scent for a woman.”

 

It is a medium to large sized tree with fast-growing rate

Grow in full sun. Water regularly. Provide humidity

Takes time to germinate, up to 4-8 weeks

This plant has been said to grow in the following regions:  Fallbrook, California Long Beach, California Los Angeles, California San Clemente, California San Diego, California Biscayne Park, Florida Bunnell, Florida Cocoa Beach, Florida Coral Springs, Florida Lake Worth, Florida Loxahatchee, Florida Merritt Island, Miami, Florida, Florida Mulberry, Florida Pembroke Pines, Florida Southgate, Florida West Vero Corridor, Florida Ainaloa, Hawaii (2 reports) Hana, Hawaii Rincon, Puerto Rico San Juan, Puerto Rico

 

Description:
Ylang ylang signifie “fleur des fleurs”. La fleur d’ylang ylang est très parfumée. Sa distillation permet d’extraire une huile essentielle destinée à la préparation des certains parfums de luxe comme “Bois des Iles” de Chanel , “Joy” de Patou, ou “Arpège” de Lanvin. Une centaine de kilos de fleurs sont nécessaires pour produire environ 2,5 kg d’huile d’Ylang-ylang.

-Origine : Inde, Indonésie, Malaisie, Philippines, en zone tropicale humide.
-Catégorie : arbre aromatique.
-Port : érigé puis retombant.
-Feuillage : coriace, persistant, vert foncé, luisant. feuilles oblongues ( 20 cm) alternes, pointues à nervures cannelées.
-Floraison : fortement parfumée (senteur très épicée rappelant le jasmin), tout au long de l’année, mais plus abondante en automne. Fleurs en grappes axillaires, retombantes, à 6 très longs pétales sur 2 rangs, lancéolés, rubanés, effilés et recourbés. Les fleurs rappellent des anémones de mer…
-Couleur : jaune verdâtre

Culture:
-Croissance : très rapide.
-Hauteur : 20 – 25 m dans son habitat naturel , peut être maintenu entre 1m50 et 2 mètres en pot
-Sol : humifère et frais.
-Emplacement : mi- ombre, à l’abri du vent si on le sort pendant les mois chauds

 

 

Cananga odorata seed

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