Plants That Add Aroma to Your Garden: Fragrant Flowers. (Part-2)

Honeysuckle vines yield sweet-scented tubular blooms. They commonly cover fences and trellises.

This clematis bears petite, star-shaped white flowers with a delicate scent in late summer and fall.

Mock orange shrubs produce white, citrus-scented orange blossom-like flowers.

Dianthus (pinks or carnations) smells spicy and sweet. Their colors vary.

Freesias have fragrant, tubular blossoms in many hues. Often used in bouquets.

Nicotiana, or blossoming tobacco, contains trumpet-shaped blossoms that smell good at night.

Heliotrope features clusters of small, vanilla-scented purple flowers.

Consider these aromatic flowers' flowering seasons when planning your garden to provide a year-round supply of lovely aromas. To promote plant growth and scent, consider their sunshine and soil needs.

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