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Lemon myrtle (Backhousia citriodora)
Lemon Myrtle tree,  Australian Native Plant
Herbs and foliage inky hand drawn vector illustrations
Lemon Myrtle leaves for tea & food flavouring. Australian Bush Tucker, traditional culinary & medicinal uses.
Myrtle herb isolated on white background
Lemon Myrtle Detail isolated digital art illustration. Flowers on green stem, Australian hand drawn plant. lemon myrtle, lemon scented myrtle, lemon scented ironwood flowering plant
Myrtus communis, common myrtle, is a species of dainty white flowering plant in the myrtle family Myrtaceae being an evergreen shrub used for its leaves and berries.
Image of Lemon Myrtle
Herbs and spices collection 10. For essential oils, ayurvedic medicine
Collection of herbs for acne treatment. Hand drawn botanical vector illustration
Jewish festival of Sukkot. Traditional symbols (The four species): Etrog, lulav, hadas, arava. isolated on white.
religion image of Jewish festival of Sukkot. Traditional symbols (The four species): Etrog, lulav, hadas, arava. white background
Lemon myrtle aka Backhousia citriodora sketch on elegant lace background. Aromatherapy collection. Great for traditional medicine, perfume design, cooking or gardening.
Lemon Myrtle Detail isolated digital art illustration. Flowers on green stem, Australian hand drawn plant. lemon myrtle, lemon scented myrtle, lemon scented ironwood flowering plant
Jewish festival of Sukkot. Traditional symbols (The four species): Etrog, lulav, hadas, arava
A close up shot of some beautiful white flowers of lemon myrtle tree in natural light, Queensland, Australia.
Jewish festival of Sukkot. Traditional symbols (The four species): Etrog, lulav, hadas, arava
White flowers and buds of the Australian native Lemon Myrtle, Backhousia citriodora, family Myrtaceae. Endemic to coastal rainforest of New South Wales and Queensland. Lemon scented aromatic foliage
Lemon Myrtle. Pretty shaped leaves for tea & food. Line art pen drawing  ideal for colouring book.
Lemon Myrtle, Peppercorns, Lemon and Salt on White Background
Perfumed Lemon Myrtle herbal leaves & small cluster of spent flower heads. Line drawing suggested for  colouring book.
Symbols of jewish fall festival of Sukkot, lulav - etrog, palm branch, myrtle and willow - on old wooden background.
religion image of Jewish festival of Sukkot. Traditional symbols (The four species): Etrog, lulav, hadas, arava. white background
Flowers and leaves of the Lemon Myrtle tree (Backhousia citriodora) originating in rainforests of Australia and cultivated for the lemon-scented oil contained in the leaves.
Jewish festival of Sukkot. Traditional symbols (The four species): Etrog, lulav, hadas, arava.
Etrog on white tablecloth with lulav for Sukkot
Two labels with Lavender aka Lavandula angustifolia and Lemon myrtle aka Backhousia citriodora sketch. Aromatherapy collection. Great for traditional medicine, perfume design, cooking or gardening.
Lemon myrtle aka Backhousia citriodora sketch on black background. Aromatherapy collection. Great for traditional medicine, perfume design, cooking or gardening.
Set of essential oil labels. Hand drawn vector illustration
Herbal tea leaves. Lemon Myrtle fragrant edible flowers, leaves use fresh or dried. line drawing suits colouring book.
Jewish festival of Sukkot. Traditional symbols (The four species): Etrog, lulav, hadas, arava.
White flowers and buds of the Australian native Lemon Myrtle, Backhousia citriodora, family Myrtaceae. Endemic to coastal rainforest of New South Wales and Queensland. Lemon scented aromatic foliage
White flowers and buds of the Australian native Lemon Myrtle, Backhousia citriodora, family Myrtaceae. Endemic to coastal rainforest of New South Wales and Queensland. Lemon scented aromatic foliage
Image of Lemon Myrtle
Myrtus communis, common myrtle, is a species of dainty white flowering plant in the myrtle family Myrtaceae being an evergreen shrub used for its leaves and berries.
Tea drink using herbs. Lemon Myrtle, fragrant leaves and buds on a stem. Edible flowers & leaves. Hand drawn.
Myrtle hand drawn illustration. Botanical design for organic cosmetics, aromatherapy, perfumery, medicine
Fresh young green leaves tinged with pink on single branch. Lemon Myrtle fragrant for cooking. Pencil drawing.
Image of Lemon Myrtle
A close up shot of some beautiful white flowers of lemon myrtle tree in natural light, Queensland, Australia.
Jewish festival of Sukkot. Traditional symbols (The four species): Etrog, lulav, hadas, arava
Jewish festival of Sukkot. Traditional symbols (The four species): Etrog, lulav, hadas, arava
Jewish holiday of sukkot festival . Etrog (Lemon or Citron) Traditional symbol (One of The four species),  arba'at ha-minim - Image
Lemon Myrtle tea leaves. Shades of green with highlights. Hand drawn with tiny spent flower heads. Pencil on watercolour paper.
Jewish festival of Sukkot. Traditional symbols (The four species): Etrog, lulav, hadas, arava.
White flowers and buds of the Australian native Lemon Myrtle, Backhousia citriodora, family Myrtaceae. Endemic to coastal rainforest of New South Wales and Queensland. Lemon scented aromatic foliage.
Lemon Myrtle flowers and leaves on single branch. Bush Tucker
Symbols of jewish fall festival of Sukkot, lulav - etrog, palm branch, myrtle and willow - on old wooden background.
Symbols of jewish fall festival of Sukkot, lulav - etrog, palm branch, myrtle and willow - on old wooden background.
Image of Lemon Myrtle
Corymbia citriodora, Lemon Scented Gum is a very fast growing tree. It has smooth, pale, uniform or slightly mottled bark, narrow-leaved crown which smells strongly of lemons.
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Corymbia citriodora, Lemon Scented Gum is a very fast growing tree. It has smooth, pale, uniform or slightly mottled bark, narrow-leaved crown which smells strongly of lemons.
 Repeated texture with branches of myrtle, willow, palm, citron fruits. Vector illustration

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Peppercorns and Lemon Myrtle Leaves on White Background
Herbs pattern. Seamless repeat. Variety of leaves & flowers on pale green background.
nice fresh myrtaceae berries on tree
 Repeated texture with branches of myrtle, willow, palm, citron fruits. Vector illustration
Jewish festival of Sukkot. Traditional symbols (The four species): Etrog, lulav, hadas, arava
Wildflower Darwinia citriodora,  lemon-scented darwinia or lemon scented myrtle, is a plant in the myrtle family Myrtaceae and is endemic to the south-west of Western Australia.
Jewish festival of Sukkot. Traditional symbols (The four species): Etrog, lulav, hadas, arava
Image of Lemon Myrtle
Lemon Myrtle Olive Oil soap
Jewish festival of Sukkot. Traditional symbols (The four species): Etrog, lulav, hadas, arava.
Image of Lemon Myrtle
religion image of Jewish festival of Sukkot. Traditional symbols (The four species): Etrog, lulav, hadas, arava. white background
Jewish autumn festival of Sukkot. Ritual myrtle branches on the traditional bazaar. Jerusalem, Israel
ewish festival Sukkot four species lulav and esrog isolated on white background with copyspace. Palm branch, willow and myrtle leaves, bright yellow etrog. Room for text, copy space.
Sukkot Jewish Holiday background. Festive background with hand-written text, branches of myrtle, willow, palm, citron fruits. Vector illustration
Jewish festival of Sukkot. Traditional symbols (The four species): Etrog, lulav, hadas, arava. isolated on white.
Silhouettes of tree leaves (mulberry, mirabelle, bougainvillea, hornbeam, pomegranate, oak,  boxwood, bay, myrtle, olive, peach, plane, kiwi). Vector botanical illustration.
Dried lemon grass on wooden spoon
Lemon Bay Rum Tree (pimenta racemosa var. citrfolia) leaves - Davie, Florida, USA
Herbal tea Image
Four Species icon. Trendy linear Four Species logo concept on transparent background from Religion-2 collection
Happy Sukkot seamless pattern. Jewish holiday huts endless background. Repeated texture with branches of myrtle, willow, palm, citron fruits. Vector illustration
Jewish festival of Sukkot. Traditional symbols (The four species): Etrog, lulav, hadas, arava
Jewish festival of Sukkot. Traditional symbols (The four species): Etrog, lulav, hadas, arava
Jewish festival of Sukkot. Traditional symbols (The four species): Etrog, lulav, hadas, arava
Myrtus communis, common myrtle, is a species of dainty white flowering plant in the myrtle family Myrtaceae being an evergreen shrub used for its leaves and berries.
Sukkot. Concept of Judaic holiday. Traditional symbols - Etrog, lulav, hadas arava
ewish festival Sukkot four species lulav and esrog isolated on white background with copyspace. Palm branch, willow and myrtle leaves, bright yellow etrog. Room for text, copy space.
Jewish festival of Sukkot. Traditional symbols (The four species): Etrog, lulav, hadas, arava
Happy Sukkot round frame of herbs. Jewish holiday huts template for greeting card with etrog, lulav, Arava, Hadas. Isolated on white background. Vector illustration
Jewish festival Sukkot four species lulav and esrog isolated on white background with copyspace. Palm branch, willow and myrtle leaves, bright yellow etrog. Room for text, copy space.
Happy Sukkot seamless pattern. Jewish holiday huts endless background. Repeating texture with etrog, lulav, Arava, Hadas. Vector illustration
Jewish festival of Sukkot. Traditional symbols (The four species): Etrog, lulav, hadas, arava.
Jewish festival of Sukkot. Traditional symbols (The four species): Etrog, lulav, hadas, arava.
Jewish festival of Sukkot. Traditional symbols (The four species): Etrog, lulav, hadas, arava
ewish festival Sukkot four species lulav and esrog isolated on white background with copyspace. Palm branch, willow and myrtle leaves, bright yellow etrog. Room for text, copy space.
Sukkot Jewish holiday. Jewish torah with Lulav date palm, Etrog citron, Arava willow and Hadas myrtle Jewish festival Sukkot species lulav. Palm branch, willow and myrtle leaves, etrog.
ewish festival Sukkot four species lulav and esrog isolated on white background with copyspace. Palm branch, willow and myrtle leaves, bright yellow etrog. Room for text, copy space.
Hands holding lulav and etrog for the Jewish festival of Succot
Dried lemon grass on wooden spoon
Sukkot seamless pattern background with palm branch, willow and myrtle leaves, yellow etrog. Vector illustration.
It is accepted to give all four types of plants each of which symbolizes the certain type of people.
Jewish festival of Sukkot. Traditional symbols (The four species): Etrog, lulav, hadas, arava.
Jewish festival of Sukkot. Traditional symbols (The four species): Etrog, lulav, hadas, arava.
Symbols of jewish fall festival of Sukkot, lulav - etrog, palm branch, myrtle and willow - on old wooden background.
Jewish festival of Sukkot. Traditional symbols (The four species): Etrog, lulav, hadas, arava.
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