From the article: Top 10 Great Growing Fragrant Roses
It's getting harder and harder to find flowers with great fragrance. What plants fill your garden with perfumer? Is it an old fashioned rose or maybe a heady lavender? It seems like so many scented flowers are spring beauties, like lilac, mock orange, peonies and sweet peas, that are gone before your get your fill. What are your favorite fragrant flowers to grow? Recommend a Scented Plant
Favorite scented flower
- Lily of the Valley. Think I like that scent more than the Lilac. Hyacinths start the spring fragrances though. Love those. and the Jasmine(which I can't grow) is heavenly.
Sweet Smelling Plants
- Gardenias, Night Blooming Jasmine and last but not least, the Confederate Jasmine! Planted those in close proximity! WOW!!!!
- —Guest Confederate Kimi
Lily of the Valley
- Forgotten flower? These spring bloomers have an amazing scent.why do I nver hear about them anymore?
- —Guest Karen
- The scent sends me toy youth, growing up on the prairies where growing flowers is always a challenge.
- —Guest Maureen
Sarccoca (Sweet Box)
- Sarccoca both varieties but rustifolia best. The most wonderful surprise on a winter day, the sweet ,haunting fragrance filling the air around my deck.
Ahh, the scent of flowers...
- ANY Bourbon rose, Rugosas, some Hybrid Teas - the Llilac. Don't leave out Sweet Peas, Mock Orange Shrubs and the single delight of Honeysuckles. Plant them all!
- —Guest BudsnBlooms
- None has mentioned the moon flower. It is heavenly. A vine that finally blooms in Aug. Flowers are huge but only last a day or two. The vine is full and the scent reminds me of gardenias.
- —Guest skybrt
- Rose: Mr. Lincoln, Garden Party, Double Delight. They are all breathtaking.
- Need a relaxing evening - plant pinks & they will delight you through summer
- —Guest cat1940
- The Westerland rose has a magnificent scent. Its intoxicating!
- —Guest Donna C
North Carolina Spice Bush
- My favorite above all is probably the North Carolina Spice bush. When it blooms my whole yard smells of something akin to Juicy Fruit Gum.
- —Guest Pat
Sweet Peas (:
- They smell FANTASTIC. I put them in my room so thee can "freshen" it up. :D
- —Guest smilieemonster
Roses and Lavender
- I am a Rose freak and there is no such thing as 1 Rose. But adding the lavender is a real treat for your nose.
Lilac, Honeysuckle, Rugosa Rose
- Old fashion Lilac, tartarian honeysuckle, old garden roses and rugosa roses,mock orange, peony and sweet pea grow here in z. 3/4.
- —Guest Alaskan
- Dianthus is one of my favorites. Astilabe also has a great scent
- —Guest Barb
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