The pale mock oranges (philadelphus) also scent the air when they open.
The scent of lilac mingled with the mock orange.
The blossoms are similar to the mock orange, have four petals, and the flowers grow at the ends of short, leafy branches.
Now, about those lilacs and mock oranges and all the other spring-blooming plants.
I went home to level my mock oranges.
She held out the white flowers of a Murraya exotica, otherwise called mock orange.
What about the mock orange, the chaste tree, the quince?
She didn't even watch from her favorite spot, a cool hole beneath the shade of the mock oranges that border the garden.
The mock orange got its name because it smells like orange blossoms, but not all varieties have a scent.
On her first visit to the farm, she hacked a sightline through the ancient mock oranges so my mother could see out the kitchen window.