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Year round fragrance

Posted by greenwood85 6 (My Page) on
Sun, Jul 27, 08 at 12:41

Are there are plants that are fragrant all year long? Or in the winter months?

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RE: Year round fragrance

Maid of Orleans Jasmine blooms year round..Flower scent remind me of citrus blooms. sells Maids..they were 4.99, but don't know if prices increased. Plants are nice-sized, healthy and beautiful. I bought two, potted together, which made a compact plant..
Another is Murraya..Oh flowers smell heavenly.
If you have a lot of sun, citrus (especially Meyer's and Calamondin) bloom year round. Toni

RE: Year round fragrance

Look thru the logees site. ( My Belle of India jasmine is an everbloomer, as well as the Four season gardenia.

RE: Year round fragrance

  • Posted by mare2 5bSt.Louis (My Page) on
    Sat, Aug 2, 08 at 17:33

Toni and ctreynard named the ones that came to my mind first, but also aglaia odorata, rondeletia splendens and hoyas lacunosa and obscura (and a few other hoyas that aren't as good smelling or powerful). My passiflora 'Ruby Glow' blooms nicely all fall and winter. A few begonias, but the 'Tea Rose' one I had didn't do much for me (though I hear there's better). Oh, and some cyclamens. Also cestrum nocturnum, but mine hates being indoors. Tea olive, but I killed my potted one. I'm sure the orchid people will have some for you....

RE: Year round fragrance

Good ideas. Will check into these.

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