BRUGMANSIA. Gardeners often mistake it with Datura but they are different species. Brugmansia is also called "Angel’s Trumpet" for its trumpet-like, creamy orange flowers that exudes a patch of erotic aroma at the onset of dusk. It needs dry & hot climate but can be planted in colder regions with some care.
TUBEROSE. "Rajnigandha" is its local name in India, its seductive odor captures the warmness of mid-summer. Its tube-like flowers bloom in tropical spring & summer. It can also be grown as an annual plant in colder parts.
Facebook Pinterest Twitter Google+ LinkedIn StumbleUponFind out which are most fragrant flowers in this article. We love pleasant odors and flowers are the liveliest source of them. So, what are the most fragrant flowers? On this, we did a small survey asking 3000+ gardeners of more than 20 countries on major social media platforms and
Native to South Africa, many European gardeners voted for freesias. Because of their charming & fruity scent— a fragrance like altar wine, innocent & pleasing for senses. *Choose freesias in white or yellow color (most fragrant).