Blackberry blossoms are white and sweetly fragrant. They appear in late spring to early summer, sparkling in their five-petaled beauty. Baby Cakes blackberry is a dwarf blackberry variety that’s suited for growing in containers.
Aged vessels in a variety of shapes and sizes complement traditional decor like pinecones and are a great way to accommodate unique, curious little flora like the scabiosa pod flower or fragrant evergreen clippings.
Savannah, a hybrid tea rose, should take a bow. This variety was named Best Hybrid Tea, Most Fragrant Rose and Most Outstanding Rose at the 2015 Biltmore International Rose Trials. It's able to withstand the heat and humidity in southern gardens and is especially resistant to black spot and mildew. The vigorous shrubs grow to 4 feet in zones 5-9, producing glossy green leaves and lots of fragrant, salmon-pink blooms in the summer.
The design goal for this backyard? Create a quiet escape for meditating and relaxing. Fragrant plants are the inviting screen around an in-ground hot tub. Nearby, a fire pit is at the heart of a sitting area.
This inviting breakfast nook with pale blue walls and crisp white cabinetry and trim is set for Christmas. Fresh greenery trimmed with pomegranates, cinnamon sticks and pinecones create fresh, fragrant holiday decor that's in keeping with the home's classic design.
This home features beautiful curb appeal with fragrant florals and potted plants. Drawing on designs from the south of France, the entryway invites guests into the home with plenty of color from the blooming roses, lavender and and citrus plants.
Wonderfully fragrant leaves are the scented offering on this pretty plant. Silver blue-green leaves add subtle color to indoor settings. Give it high light near a sunny south-facing window. Botanical name: Eucalyptus gunii ‘Silverdrop’
When you create an outdoor room, there has to be a reason to use it whether it's functional (to eat, to swim, to cook, to relax) or it's visual (a sculpture, fountain, fireplace, fragrant plant). Plan your yard with focal points in mind.