13 Fragrant Shrubs
From scents of jasmine to pineapple, these fragrant shrubs are a breath of fresh air.
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Powerfully fragrant, the mock orange has pure-white double flowers that appear on this dark-green deciduous shrub in early or midsummer.
Producing fragrant white flowers in summer, the star jasmine is an evergreen, woody climber with oval leaves.
Anne Russell Viburnum
A compact deciduous shrub, the viburnum offers clusters of pink buds that produce fragrant white flowers in mid- to late spring.
Christmas box is a dense, dark-green evergreen that blooms in winter with intensely fragrant white flowers.
Choisya 'Aztec Pearl', commonly called Mexican Orange Blossom, is an evergreen shrub with slender, glossy, dark green leaves and clusters of fragrant, pink-tinged white flowers in late spring.
Deep green leaves of Burkwood Osmanthus provide high contrast of small, white, sweetly fragrant flowers. Because of its sweet scent, it makes a great shrub near walks and entrances.
The daphne is a deciduous shrub that produces purple-pink flowers in early spring before the leaves appear. Daphne is fragrant but toxic.
Sensation Lilac (Syringa vulgaris ‘Sensation’)
'Gertrude Jekyll' Rose
The lovely pink 'Gertrude Jekyll' rose has a classic strong, rich old rose fragrance.
This shrub has a sweet-spicy scent that is most prevalent in the warm summer months.