Growing Green: Fragrant Flowers for Your Garden
There are many plants I love to include in my garden, but those with no fragrance, although eye-pleasing, always disappoint me. I always try to intersperse fragrant plants among my zinnias, rudbeckia and echinacea, so that my arrangements are a mixture of colors, textures and fragrances. If you also like to delight your nose, as well as your eyes, think about including some of the following plants in your garden plans.
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