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"The sweet seringa, yielding but in scent
To the rich orange."

Cut the petals in white wax, double or thick; there are but four to form
the corolla. They are curled precisely like the orange blossom. The
centre is also similar to the last named, only that there is no pistil
or enlargement amongst the stamina. The calyx consists of four points of
double green wax, indented with the pin, and tipped brown. Each point is
placed at the back of each petal.

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