One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
A plant of the daisy family, which produces fragrant lilac flowers in winter.
- ‘In winter you have dogwoods, mosses, lichens, fungi and winter heliotrope.’
- ‘And elsewhere in the county Asian laurel and winter heliotrope, originally from Africa, are smothering native species.’
- ‘I was interested to read your comment about winter heliotrope being an introduced species.’
- ‘In areas where thick leafy ground cover is needed over damp areas, the rampant winter heliotrope sends up sweet almond scented flowers before the leaves in February.’
- ‘Where the rough path to the butterfly meadow leads off from the main loop, look for flowers of the winter heliotrope.’
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