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Which species of Cacallia has the sweet aroma?

Posted by dandy_line 3B-Mn (My Page) on
Tue, Nov 15, 11 at 17:20

I bought some Cacallia seed about 5 years ago for my former garden and I want to get some more but am unsure what species it was. The flowers have a strong scent of something like vanilla. I found out that Cacalia suaveolens is called Sweet-scented Indian-plantain which might mean just what it says.
Are there any Cacallia experts out there can tell me what to look for?

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RE: Which species of Cacallia has the sweet aroma?

Probably Cacalia suaveolens.

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