Plant Search » List of Fragrant Plants
Oenothera 'Silver Blade' is a stunning evening primrose with huge, lemon yellow flowers for months atop silver-blue foliage.
Origanum 'Aureum' is an edible, trailing, gold version of oregano.
Origanum 'Kirigami' forms mounds of aromatic, light green foliage and purple, pink, and green, hops-like inflorescences.
Origanum 'Amethyst Falls' is an ornamental oregano with cool shrimp-like pink and amethyst flowers.
Origanum 'Drops of Jupiter' is an ornamental oregano with pink flowers and aromatic, chartreuse-yellow foliage.
Ornithogalum arabicum forms fragrant clusters of white, star-like flowers with glistening, jet black central ovaries.
Ornithogalum dubium is unusual in its genus for having bright tangerine orange flowers rather than white and green centres.
Ornithogalum nutans has spikes of fragrant, outward-facing to slightly nodding, star-shaped flowers coloured white and grey-green.
Ornithogalum ponticum 'Sochi' is a rare star-of-Bethlehem with dazzling two foot spikes of starry white flowers.
Ornithogalum pyramidale forms pyramidal spikes of fragrant, outward-facing, pure white, star-shaped flowers with green-striped reverses in early summer.
Ornithogalum reverchonii is a rare star-of-Bethlehem with spikes of fragrant, outward-facing, pure white, bell-shaped flowers on stems 24-36 inches tall.
Ornithogalum saundersiae is a South African bulb with clusters of fragrant, upward facing, white flowers on long stems.
Ornithogalum thyrsoides is an ephemeral bulb with spikes of fragrant, outward-facing, star-shaped flowers in late spring.
Osmanthus fragrans f. aurantiacus has small, orange, extremely fragrant, edible flowers famous in China for use in teas and other foods.
Osmanthus fragrans f. thunbergii has small, pale yellow, extremely fragrant, edible flowers famous in China for use in teas and other foods.
Oxalis enneaphylla 'Rosea' is small in stature but mighty in flowers and can bloom from spring through fall.