Where do boronia flowers come from?

Answer Most boronia flowers come from southwestern Australia, including the famously fragrant Boronia megastigma. Perfume writer Mandy Aftel calls the flowers' lemon-rose scent "as close to heaven as we o... Read More »

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Where do perennial boronia flowers come from?

Boronia flowers come from a small woody evergreen plant that is native to the southern woodlands of Australia. Perennial boronia flowers are grown commercially for use in extracts, perfume, herbal ... Read More »

Where do the perennial boronia flowers come from?

Endowed with delicate purple flowers and a lemony scent, boronia flowers are native to Australia. They were named after Francesco Borone who died in 1794 while collecting them for botanist John Sib... Read More »

Where do seeds from flowers come from?

Flowers are the reproductive parts of a plant. They contain both male and female organs, and after pollination and fertilization, produce seeds. Seeds have the genetic material as well as enough st... Read More »

Apple seeds come from apples. orange seeds come from oranges, where does grass seed come from?

If you lived in the valley I live in you wouldn't need to ask. Grass seed comes from grass.Before grass goes to see, it pollinates, and your allergic neighbor (or you, if you're unlucky) can't go o... Read More »