Fabulous Fragrance in the Garden

Fragrant flowers and aromatic foliage add to our garden enjoyment by giving us pleasure as we take in the wonderful fragrances they produce. The primary purpose of scent in flowers is to attract pollinators (usually insects) for fertilization. Biology aside, we just love breathing in the richly fragrant air that tells us the citrus trees, jasmines, gardenias, etc. are blooming. Place a fragrant plant near a lanai, patio or walkway and it will be a reminder to stop and "take time to smell the roses".

Some of Angel's Trumpetour favorite plants for fragrance:

Allspice Tree, Pimenta Dioica

Angel's Trumpet, Brugmansia spp.

Arabian Jasmine, Jasminum Sanbac

Banana Shrub, Michelia Figo

Bay Rum Tree, Pimenta Dioica

Confederate Jasmine, Trachelospermum jasminiodes

Fiddlewood, Citharexylum Fruticosum

Gardenia, Gardenia Jasminoids, several varieties

Japanese Honeysuckle, Lonicera Japonica



Joy Perfume Tree, Michelia Alba

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Lady of the Night, Brunsfelsia Nitida

Morning, Noon, Night, Brunsfelsia Floribunda

Rangoon Creeper, Quisqualis indica

Roses, Rosa spp., many fragrant varieties

Simpson Stopper, Myrcianthes fragrans

Sweet Acasia, Acacia FarnesianaMichelia figo, Banana Shrub

Sweet Almond, Alosia Virgata

Tea Olive, Osmanthus Fragrans



Japanese Honeysuckle, Lonicera Japonica