fragrance

  1. In the night garden

    In the night garden
    Night scent Scented plants add an extra dimension to the night garden. Perfume is one of the lures plants use to attract pollinators to their flowers. Those plants that rely on night-flying insects for pollination (such as moths and beetles) may be extra fragrant at night or may only open at night, furling their flowers by day. To enjoy plants...
  2. Dianthus

    Dianthus
    A little bit about dianthus If you’re a frill seeker, you’ll love dianthus. Set against silvery-green foliage, dianthus are a wonderful addition to any sunny spot with their frilly, tufted white, pink, red and mauve flowers. Many dianthus boast two-coloured petals that are laced, flecked or picotee (an outer margin of another colour, usually red). One of its common names, ‘pinks’...
  3. How to create a scent-sational garden

    How to create a scent-sational garden
    Indulge in living fragrance fashioned by the most famous perfumer of all - Mother Nature.   Subtle scents versus obvious aromas Nature expresses itself in a myriad of awe-inspiring ways and fragrant plants are no exception. From the rich, spicy scent of citrus to the heady, sweet aroma of jasmine, you’ll be inspired by the impressive array of scented flowers...
  4. Lavender

    Lavender
    A little bit about lavender Botanical name: Lavandula A member of the mint (Lamiaceae) family, lavender is a hardy plant best known for its beautiful fragrance. It’s a low-growing but mostly upright shrub featuring silvery leaves rich with aromatic oils. Lavender is a great low-maintenance choice as it’ll flush into fragrant, colourful bloom with very little attention. Lavender flowers in a...

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