Recommended Flowers

Fragrant flower garden – sweet scented collection

A list of fragrant flowers for your garden. Scented plants for hanging baskets, trellis and pagodas, borders and pots.

Sweet scentedThis year, knock your neighbours out with some of the most ‘punchiest’ scented flowers you can grow in your garden. The following is a selecting of fragrant flowers that will look great in any sized garden. Plant within borders, hanging baskets, tubs and planter. Looks excellent by an open window or patio door.

For Hanging Baskets

  • Begonia ‘Fragrant Fountains’ Mixed
  • Viola ‘Allspice’ Mixed
  • Sweet Pea ‘Sugar ‘n’ Spice’
  • Petunia ‘Frills & Spills’
  • Surfina Petunia
  • Trailing Carnations

For Tubs & Pots

  • Begonia ‘Scentsation Mixed’
  • Lillium
  • Petunia ‘Frills & Spills’
  • Viola ‘Most Scented’ Mix
  • Freesia ‘Crown Jewels’ Mixed
  • Fragrant Amaryllis

For the Border

  • Mirabilis ‘Broken Colours’
  • Aquilegia ‘Sweet Rainbows’
  • Peruvian Daffodil
  • English Bluebells
  • Heliotrope ‘Dwarf Marine’
  • Dianthus ‘Dwarf Dorris’
  • Nicotiana ‘Fragrant Cloud’
  • Lavendar ‘Munstead’
  • Dwarf Patio Buddleja ‘Buzz’ Mixed
  • Polianthes tuberosa – The Pearl – Extremely Fragrant!
  • Stocks ‘Cinderella’ Series Mixed
  • Night Scented Stock
  • Hyacinthus
  • Lily of the Valley
  • Sweet Pea ‘Snoopea’ – Bush forming!
  • Thyme
  • Sweet Alyssum
  • Wallflower ‘My Fair Lady Mixed’
  • Creeping Phlox
  • Hemerocallis – Day Lily
  • Tulip ‘Apricot Beauty’

For the Trellis or Pagoda

  • Sweet Pea – ‘Sweet Dreams’ Mixed
  • Sweet Pea – ‘Fragrantissima’
  • Sweet Pea – ‘Flying the Flag’
  • Sweet Pea – ‘Heirloom Bicolour Mixed’
  • Sweet Pea – ‘King Size Navy Blue’
  • Ipomoea alba
  • Clematis ‘Armandii’
  • Honeysuckle
  • Trachelospermum Jasminoides
  • Wisteria sinensis

By James Middleton

An obsessive gardener since 1982. Day-time job - web designer and developer and University lecturer.

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