(1) The light was joined in a gentle conspiracy with the air itself, which whispered in the leaves above our heads, tinged with a faint scent of balsam .(2) All around the two silent watchers on the hill, an immense space spread itself between earth and sky, filled with dusky starlight and a fragrance of balsam and pine-smoke.(3) The former has aromatic leaves, which smell of balsam or pine, and pale pink flowers├ö├ç├û.(4) The balsam impatiens usually grows as a two- or three-stemmed plant to a height of 2 1/2 feet, with white to dark red flowers tucked into the leaf axils, where they tend to be overshadowed by leaves.(5) Look for a shampoo with gentle detergents that won't strip natural hair oils, or a product with conditioning agents like protein or balsam to coat hair strands and seal in moisture.(6) Their first impact is to bring an aroma of balsam wood, but when they break down they create the lovely vanilla and cinnamon overtones detectable in some brandies.(7) Barbara favors balsam , as ├ö├ç├┐It holds its needles and smells best├ö├ç├┐.(8) Whereas in the U.S, though only three species of wild balsam occur, the balsam growers' revenue exceeds $250,000,00 a year.(9) They have diversified into everything from Christmas trees, balsam wreaths and maple syrup to cabin rentals, fishing and hunting excursions, birdseye and curly maple lumber products, and veneer for Popsicle sticks.(10) I bought pots of chrysanthemums, zinnias, asparagus and balsam .(11) It has a distinctive fragrance with hints of balsam or mint, and is sometimes called mint geranium.(12) This tree's balsam scent is most potent when you brush against its extra-long, deep green needles.(13) How many millions were spent whittling that piece of wet balsam , I've no idea; it means nothing and invites ridicule.(14) By covering a specimen with transparent balsam , J. Walton was able to peel these films off.(15) These included balsam , musk, benzoin, aloeswood, ginger, muslin, thoroughbred Arabian horses, and Chinese porcelain.(16) Back in the 1950s and 60s, nearly everyone got a balsam pine tree, and they were always asymmetrical and much sparser than today's trees.