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"Common Scents: Fragrance in the Garden" by Mary Barnhill

Published in Landscape Design/Build, August 2006.

"We select specific plants with a particular fragrance to inspire a desired mood for our clients, and homeowners can do the same thing in their own yards."

"In the hustle and bustle of our everyday lives, fewer and fewer of us are taking the time to stop and smell the roses. I keep that in mind each and every time I design a landscape for one of my busy customers. Sometimes I wonder if after all our creativity and hard work that they will ever find time to enjoy their new back yard living space! So, to entice them out of house and into the garden, we plant several varieties of fragrant plants in key areas. It’s one of the ways we help to create a respite in their own backyard..." Read the rest of the article

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Iberis sempervirens
Iberis sempervirens
Candytuft
Iberis Snowmound
Iberis
'Snowmound'
Ilex_cornuta Burfordii
Ilex cornuta Burfordii
'Burfordii'
Impatiens balsamina
Impatiens balsamina
Impatiens walleriana
Impatiens walleriana
Bearded Iris
Bearded Iris
'Let's Boogie'
Iris douglasiana
Iris douglasiana
Japanese Iris
Japanese Iris
'Eden'sPaintbrush'
Jacaranda mimosifolia
Jacaranda mimosifolia
Jacaranda
Jasminum polyanthum
Jasminum polyanthum
Jasmine
Juniperus chinensis
Juniperus chinensis
Juniper
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