• sweet-scented hakea [bot.] = Süßduftende Hakea
NOTE: This proposal suggests a CHANGE to the current LEO-entry:
• sweet-scented hakea [bot.] = Süßduftende Hakea wiss.: Hakea drupacea
* “Süßduftende Hakea” is a product of Franks Wörterbuch that has been repeated by dict.cc & its copyists. Consequently, examples & source citations are extremely limited. However, I know of no other German common name for this species.
Hakea drupacea (C.F.Gaertn.) Roem. & Schult.
Common Name(s). Sweet Hakea.
Hakea drupacea, commonly known as sweet hakea, is a tree or shrub which is native to south west Western Australia.
Hakea drupacea (Sweet Hakea)
The Sweet-scented Hakea is a rounded shrub with bright green lobed leaves with sharp points.
Sweet-scented Hakea - Hakea drupacea
HAKEA drupacea (suaveolens)
sweet-scented hakea = Süßduftende Hakea, die (Hakea drupacea) (botan)
Hakea drupacea (Süßduftende Hakea)