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Essential Plants for a Fragrant Garden


Pick top five to start with. Give a downloadable list of others with detail.

Considerations - where and when do you want to smell the fragrance (near the front door, window, etc., and season and time of day).



Lavender

Daphne

Gardenia

Sweet mock orange (philadelphus)

Mexican mock orange (choisya)

Lilac

Sweetbox (winter)

Witch Hazel (winter)

Sweet Olive (osmanthus) check season

Star magnolia (spring)

Lady Banks roses

Bowles Mauve wallflower

Sweet violets (viola odorata)

Sweet peas

Stock

Lily of the Valley

Scented geraniums

Caroline jasmine (Gelsemium sempervirens) fall

Pineapple sage (slvia elegans)

Roman chamomile

Golden feverfew

Lemon balm

Lemon verbena

Basil

Mint

Rosemary ('oficianalis')

Ornamental onions

Oregano

Artemesia (check which kind)

Chocolate cosmos

Sweet William

Dianthus: carnations

Sweet alyssum

Phlox

European Laurel Spurge (Daphne laureola) - night scent

Datura - night scent

Brugmansia - night scent

Evening primrose - night scent

Soapwort - night scent

Native Indian plums

Boxleaf azara (winter)


Groundcover thyme/creeping thyme (i.e., Woolly thyme, Lemon thyme, Archer's Gold,








Jasmine

Honeysuckle

Montana clematis

Evergreen clematis

Wisteria


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