• The Scented Garden

    by  • February 6, 2017 • Uncategorized • 0 Comments

    When purchasing plants, it is our natural instinct to smell it before buying it. We all enjoy smells for different reasons, whether it’s a nostalgic smell from our childhood or simply a smell that reminds us what time of year it is. If there is a certain scent that sends your smelling sense soaring, then start planting!

    Tip – Plant quite a few plants and group them together by variety in order to fill your yard with a powerful punch of sweet aroma.

     

    Here are some seriously stimulating scented shrubs worth smelling (and planting):

    osmanthus

    Osmanthus; Evergreen shrub that blooms in late summer or early fall. Photo Credit: Monrovia

    mock-orange

    Philadelphus (Mock Orange); Large shrub that blooms in spring. Photo Credit: Monrovia

    gardenia

    Gardenia; Small evergreen shrub that blooms spring to summer. Photo Credit: First Editions

    lavender

    Lavender; Evergreen shrub that blooms spring to summer. Photo Credit: Me

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