18 comments on “Flowers Of The Week: MUSK ROSE

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  2. “Oh yes, it is also used as a pretty girl’s name”. Not the MUSK part of the name. There is an ox named Musk Ox, though :-) :-) Through common usage, most English speakers don’t think of musk as smelling so attractive. It is associated with animals and animal pheromones more often :-) :-) Ironically various musks are used as a base note in commercial perfumes :-)

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