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 "The shrub has a generally grey appearance from the coating of hairs on young growth and the undersides of the leaves, which are under 2.5cm long, narrow and with dentate edges. There is a strong musky odour, found also in other Olearia spp. and often in other members of the family Asteraceae. The flowers have a different scent, light and pleasant. " \\ "The shrub has a generally grey appearance from the coating of hairs on young growth and the undersides of the leaves, which are under 2.5cm long, narrow and with dentate edges. There is a strong musky odour, found also in other Olearia spp. and often in other members of the family Asteraceae. The flowers have a different scent, light and pleasant. " \\
 [[http://​www.anbg.gov.au/​gnp/​gnp2/​olearia-phlogopappa.html]] \\ [[http://​www.anbg.gov.au/​gnp/​gnp2/​olearia-phlogopappa.html]] \\
-[Alpine Daisy Bush, Olearia phlogopappa (Labill.) DC., retrieved 2019-08-25]+[CANBR > Plant Information > Growing Native Plants > Alpine Daisy Bush, Olearia phlogopappa (Labill.) DC., retrieved 2019-08-25]
  
 "​Organoleptically,​ the oils from the six clones under consideration were markedly different from one another. For instance, the desirable spicey, tomato-like properties were predominantly found only in one clone. This odour characteristic was also present in the other oils but was masked or over-ridden by other exotic fruity notes. In other cases, native bush, floral, or citrus notes were predominant in the oil. "​Organoleptically,​ the oils from the six clones under consideration were markedly different from one another. For instance, the desirable spicey, tomato-like properties were predominantly found only in one clone. This odour characteristic was also present in the other oils but was masked or over-ridden by other exotic fruity notes. In other cases, native bush, floral, or citrus notes were predominant in the oil.
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