Translation of tuberose in Spanish:


tuberosa, n.

Pronunciation /ˈt(j)ubəˌroʊz//ˈt(j)ubəˌroʊs//ˈtjuːbərəʊz/


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    tuberosa feminine
    nardo masculine
    • The most sumptuous and heady of fragrances, these feature exotic flowers like Bulgarian rose, jasmine and tuberose, as well as mysterious musks, woods and other exotic essences.
    • Fragrant tuberoses, jackmentias, succulent cactus varieties, the milky bush and palm varieties, including the Royal Palms, can be used for avenue borders.
    • There, after tilling and amending the soil, he planted roses, perennials, and a smattering of seasonal tubers, such as dahlias and tuberoses.
    • Cooling fountains mask traffic noise, while hummingbirds and butterflies explore the charms of tuberoses, heliotrope, and other plants chosen for their sensual appeal.
    • Lavender is perfect for a summer afternoon, but a moonlit evening calls for the heady scent of gardenia or tuberose.