THE FINE ART OF HOME FRAGRANCE
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History, Lemon Verbena, People
July 24, 2012
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Long before the time Palau named the plant ‘Aloysia’, Luis Antonio had lost out on his shaky claim to the succession to the throne of Spain and the title ‘Prince of Asturias.’ And with the ascension of Carlos III to the throne, that title passed to Carlos’ son, the future Carlos IV. The reason the plant is associated with Maria Luisa is that she was the Princess of Asturias in 1779 when Palau named the plant explicitly for the ‘Princess of Asturias.’ (He was not as explicit in 1785, when he officially published the genus. Both papers can be read on the Biblioteca Digital of the Real Jardin Botanico.)
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