Mock-orange, a genus of about 60 species of shrubs from 1 to 6 m tall, native to North America, Central America, Asia and in southeast Europe

class, taxon, Genus

"Hydrangeaceae, Magnoliopsida, Magnoliopsida, angiosperm"; "Hydrangeaceae, Magnoliopsida, angiosperm, angiosperm"; "Hydrangeaceae, Cornales, Magnoliopsida, angiosperm"; "Hydrangeaceae, Cornales, angiosperm, angiosperm"
Scientific Name
Genus, taxon
Parent Class
plant, angiosperm, Magnoliopsida, eudicots, Asterids,  …
Philadelphus lewisii, Philadelphus coronarius, Philadelphus microphyllus, Philadelphus purpurascens
Wikipedia Page
Freebase ID
Rare Terms
"mock orange", "philadelphus"
Freebase Primary MID

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