Gardening for Fragrance isn’t just Flowers
What about gardening for fragrance do you think of first? Breathing in the heady fragrance of a summer rose or freshly cut spring grass evokes strong memories for most, but did you know it’s possible to breathe in fantastic garden aromas in every season? Many plants exude delicious scents from more than just their flowers. Some perfume the air from bark or autumn leaves. Others release their essence best on the darkest, coldest days; several when summer blazes. Learn to add year-round aromatic plants into your garden, while avoiding the worst stinkers. And, come away with DIY ideas for bringing your garden of fragrant delights indoors in fresh & preserved forms. In fact, you’ll likely be inspired to make some healing balms, meals, and even some cocktails from your fragrant garden plants.
Learn to Grow a Garden of Fragrant Delights
In this beginner-to-advanced gardening discussion of gardening for fragrance, Robin shares how to add year-round aromatic plants to your garden, while avoiding the worst stinkers. She’ll also give you DIY ideas for bringing your garden of fragrant delights indoors in fresh & preserved forms. From leaves to buds to flowers & fruit, there’s a delicious, fragrant garden to be had every day of the year!
Eye Candy of Aromatic Plants
We can’t offer scratch and sniff on the internet, but we can share some delicious images of gardening for fragrance. Robin’s made it easy for you see some of the beauties that smell so wonderful in our garden. Just check out #gardenoffragrantdelights on Instagram for a preview of the deliciousness.