Fragrant plants

kolayoshiAugust 1, 2014

Most fragrant plants for zone 5-9 ?

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monarch_girl(5/6 MI)

Some of my favorites are easily grown from seed Nicotiana sanderae (evening scented), Dianthus superbus, and Cheiranthus allionii (orange wallflower). Also love Oriental Lilies "Casablanca".

    Bookmark   August 11, 2014 at 10:34PM
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mecseri81(7 (8 sheltered))

Hi!

Clerodendrum trichotomum/bungei
chimonanthus praecox
Daphe Odora - perfume like
Pittosporum tobira - orange blossom like
matthiola longipetala - exclusive rich scent!
Nicotiana Alata sweet, intoxicating
Elaeagnus Pungens - musky scent
Osmanthus Fragrans - exclusive
Paulownia -sweet scent
Catalpa - perfume
Viburnum species spicy perfume
Cestrum species exclusive scent
Jasminum Officinale/Beesianum and their hybrid: Stephanesnse
Wisteria
Lilac
Star Jasmin - dekicate
Calycanthus - fruity mix
Tuberose
Philadelphus species - sweet scent
Clethra - rich intoxicating scent
gardenia - creamy wonderfull!
Abelia Mosanensis - like viburnums
Buddleia - honey scent
Lonicera Species - Lemon scent
Choisya - orange blossom scent

    Bookmark   August 18, 2014 at 4:59PM
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