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We provide this list of plants for those of you who have requested that we separate our more fragrant plants from our many different lists. We have chosen some of our favorite fragrant plants and listed them below.
This is one of the most versatile flowers we have ever seen. It has beauty and fragrance, can be grown as a bedding plant, basket plant or even as a ground cover.
This compact and low-growing Dianthus variety has very large, single flowers with serrated petals. Colors include crimson, rose, red, white and bicolors. Flowers have a clove-jasmine scent and are ideal for the fragrant garden. Attracts bees and butterflies.
Buttonbush is naturally found in wet areas that are usually too wet for other perennial species to establish and thrive, but will grow just about anywhere you plant it, including upland sites, but not in really dry soil.
If you have a spot that has standing water during parts of the year, this is the plant to make that spot beautiful!
It makes wonderful cover to protect ducks from predators, crappie absolutely love to spawn under them, bees utilize the flowers to make excellent honey, deer love the new growth, and the list goes on.
Thanks to its super fast growing root system, buttonbush is great to use as an erosion control and water quality tool, such as in stream bank stabilization and mitigation projects.
Aside from the many wildlife and environmental benefits, buttonbush provides a long lasting, unique bloom display, and the glossy leaves show streaks and splotches of blood red color before dropping in the fall.
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An herbal answer to aspirin that will not upset the stomach. An infusion made by steeping two teaspoons of dried leaves in a cup of water for 15 minutes can relieve discomfort due to fever, respiratory problems and arthritis. This infusion should not be given to children. The plant has very fragrant leaves that make a delicious herbal tea that is good for headaches. A hardy perennial that grows 4-6 feet tall. Best suited for zones 3-8.
Of course a true peppermint plant is a hybrid mint, a cross between watermint and spearmint. This is a sterile plant that does not produce seeds. We have tested many types of peppermint seeds over the years, and these seeds from Jelitto Seeds in Germany produce the closest thing ( we mean really close ) to the true plant.
A beautiful plant with purple flowers and purple tinged leaves. Its fragrance is used in many different ways. The plant likes moist areas.
Peppermint thrives best in full or partial sun, in a rich, drained loam that will retain water in summer. Not enough sun and the plant gets leggy. Not enough water or nutrients, and it can become susceptible to rust or mildew. Pests shouldn’t be a problem.
During the growing season, keep cutting the mint to use it fresh or dry it (if you’ve got the space, freezing mint is one of the best ways we’ve seen to retain the herb’s essential oils). Mint is a perennial that should come back easily year to year, although if your winters get really cold, a layer of mulch to protect the plant is advised.
Peppermint is used commercially to flavor a wide variety of products, from mouthwash to candies, ice creams to jellies. By itself or combined with other herbs to make a tea, it can’t be beat, and adding peppermint oil to baths makes for a relaxing menthol soak.
Medicinally, peppermint has been used to alleviate a wide array of different conditions, including indigestion, sore throat, colds, headache, and cramps. By mildly anesthetizing the mucous membrane, it can prevent vomiting and help to quell nausea, and taken before eating it can increase bile flow, which helps to break down fats so your body can use them more effectively. It also may provide benefits for intestinal disorders such as irritable bowel syndrome.