Heliotrope/Heliotropin. Odor profile: almond-smelling, vanilla-like note with very hazy, flou contours, recreated via heliotropin whose odour profile is powdery, like vanilla meringue with a helping of almond. Currently heliotropin is under reduced ratio of use in perfumery, according to IFRA regulations, because safrols in food have been proven to be carcinogenic and hepatotoxic.

Heliotrope/Heliotropin. Odor profile: almond-smelling, vanilla-like note with very hazy, flou contours, recreated via heliotropin whose odour profile is powdery, like vanilla meringue with a helping of almond. Currently heliotropin is under reduced ratio of use in perfumery, according to IFRA regulations, because safrols in food have been proven to be carcinogenic and hepatotoxic.

By Kathleen Mierzejewski Wisteria is a beautiful climbing vine that is native to the eastern side of the United States. It grows beautiful flowers and hangs wonderfully off woody vines that can climb anything. They are a member of the family of peas and wisteria seed pods are where the seeds come from. Wisteria seed…

By Kathleen Mierzejewski Wisteria is a beautiful climbing vine that is native to the eastern side of the United States. It grows beautiful flowers and hangs wonderfully off woody vines that can climb anything. They are a member of the family of peas and wisteria seed pods are where the seeds come from. Wisteria seed…

Meet Chinese Wisteria (Wisteria sinensis) and its relative Japanese Wisteria (Wisteria foribunda). These vine species were brought to the U.S in the 1800s and valued for their flowers and fast growth. However, they are invasive in much of the U.S., growing up to 70 feet in length and sending runners all over neighborhoods. Instead, plant American Wisteria (Wisteria frutescens).

Meet Chinese Wisteria (Wisteria sinensis) and its relative Japanese Wisteria (Wisteria foribunda). These vine species were brought to the U.S in the 1800s and valued for their flowers and fast growth. However, they are invasive in much of the U.S., growing up to 70 feet in length and sending runners all over neighborhoods. Instead, plant American Wisteria (Wisteria frutescens).

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