Eleagnus fragrans

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  1. You are so right, Sandra.
    These days now here in October do have a golden/soft tinge to them. No wonder I’ve always said Oct. was my favorite month.
    My tea olive at the back corner of my garage is so fragrant now – I drive into my carport, open the door and am greeted with such a sweet smell.
    Tea olives, hydrangeas, crepe myrtles just say “southern” to me.
    What a wonderful shrub – not particularly beautiful to look at – but a great addition in any garden in the south.
    Carolyn KD

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