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There’s nothing like walking outside and smelling the sweet smell of flowers wafting towards you. I find the scent of certain flowers tells me a story. For example when I smell Daphne, I know it’s time to say goodbye to winter and hello to spring and summer! Here are some of the best smelling plants for your yard.
If you haven’t smelled daphne before, you are missing out.
This plant is a shrub with small white and pink flowers that are quite fragrant. There are a few different species of daphne, so you want to be sure to get the fragrant daphne.
As I said above, these plants let me know spring is in the air! They tend to bloom in my area late February to early March.
The Eternal Fragrance Daphne is one that should bloom from Spring through the Fall. You can check prices here.
It would bloom these gorgeous purple flowers and was very fragrant. Wisteria grows quite high and the vine is very thick, so it needs a strong support.
The people who planted it at our house, added concrete cinder blocks for the wisteria to grow around and up. Wisteria is beautiful and it was so fragrant when blooming that is was wonderful after coming home and walking through the door that was next to it. If you’d like to check prices, you can go here.
The honeysuckle had grown through our fence and the scent of it was intoxicating – I couldn’t get enough!
Honeysuckle is a vining plant with very unusual flowers. The most common one I have seen is yellow, pink and white flowers. Although there are some varieties where the flower is only one color, such as yellow.
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Hyacinths are one of the first plants I add to our landscape whenever we move.
These flowers are bulbs, so ideally they are planted in the fall. They come in a variety of colors – blues/purples, pinks, and whites and they smell delightful!
I’ve put them in planters and directly into the ground and had success with both. I’ve also been known to give these out on Mother’s Day. If you are interested in finding out more, you can go here
Anytime you are talking about good smelling flowers, roses need to be mentioned. Roses seem to be the most commonly known fragrant flower. These thorny plants sure do smell good! My Grandma always had the best smelling rose garden. There are many different varieties of roses, some prettier than others and some more fragrant as well. You can see a beautiful yellow rose and the price
These thorny plants sure do smell good! My Grandma always had the best smelling rose garden. There are many different varieties of roses, some prettier than others and some more fragrant as well.
You can see a beautiful yellow rose and the price here
This beautiful shrub has bright green leaves and delightful white flowers when in bloom.
I actually gave my Mom this for Mothers Day this year. It is one of her favorite plants.
If you want to add a gardenia to your own garden, you can do so here
They would look beautiful lining the edge of a driveway or walkway.
I’m not sure that you can grow them very far North, but you could try growing them inside or putting them into a greenhouse.
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We used to have a ton of these in my old neighborhood. It was always nice gong for walks and walking under these magnificent trees, where you would be surrounded by their sweet scent.
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10. Lilac Bush
Lilac bushes are also known as the butterfly bush. They attract butterflies and have beautiful, clusters of flowers. The flowers tend to be purple or white. These bushes are very hardy. We’ve cut them down to the ground and had it grow back very quickly. If you are
These bushes are very hardy and grow quickly. We’ve cut them down to the ground and had it grow back very quickly.
If you are interested in getting a lilac bush, you can find some here
The Peony is a tuber and should bloom each year for up to 75+ years! To add these flowers to your garden, go here
The above are some of the best smelling plants for your yard. Do you have a favorite that isn’t on this list? Let me know in the comments below.
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