The garden is not only eye-catching; it is truly a feast for all senses. Many people see the garden at the first sight, and the second feeling is usually the fragrance. The smell of the garden is as pleasant as its appearance. Without sacrificing visual effects, consider planting a fragrant garden.
What is Scented Gardens?
The best garden can touch all senses, and the scented garden concept is exactly what the name suggests: select and arrange plants to maximize the pleasant fragrance. When you walk into a fragrance garden, even with your eyes closed, you should know immediately.
How to grow a scented garden?
There are really no rules when planting a fragrant garden, but some ideas will help. The fragrance garden is free for everyone; just choose the plants that suit you best and use them. Or, you can choose these to make themed fragrance garden:
Rose garden. Rose is one of the most fragrant flowers. Create a rose garden and choose varieties based on smell rather than appearance.
Relaxation garden. Scent is very effective in triggering emotions. Many garden scents are relaxing. Choose plants that soothe you and sit and relax in the corner of the garden.
Night garden. You can also admire the garden at night. Choose fragrant, night-blooming flowers.
Seasonal garden. A garden that changes with the seasons is common, but how does the scent change if you focus on it? You can choose trees and shrubs that bloom in spring, then summer flowers, autumn flowers and trees that smell good.
Choose scented garden plants
The plants you choose for the aromatic garden will follow your theme, or just beckon your fragrance. Here are some of the most fragrant options to get you started:
Rose. Needless to say, these flowers have a classic and beautiful smell. Some rose varieties smell better than others.
Other flowers. Rose cannot owe all the credit to the fragrance. You can also try jasmine, lily of the valley, hyacinth, wisteria, freesia, snow lotus and scented geranium.
Herbs. The herb garden is one of the most scented plant types you can create. Each type of herb has its own unique and strong fragrance, so please choose your favorite herb.
Flowering trees. Choose Japanese flowering cherry, linden trees, apple, and crabapple, among others, give you sweet, spring scents.
Fragrant shrubs. Don’t forget the flowering shrubs that also smell sweet, like lilac, butterfly bush, honeysuckle, daphne, and Korean spice viburnum.
Night fragrance. For a nighttime scent garden grow evening primrose, moon flower, four o’clocks.