Trees with Scented Flowers
The best gardens feed all the senses and choosing trees with scented flowers can make a huge contribution to this process. It is worth noting that a high proportion of those that flower in winter are scented, so if you plan to have flowers in winter, you will enjoy scent as well.Plant them near paths or sitting areas or the boundaries of the garden from which the prevailing wind comes.
Genera with scented flowers include...
And also these cultivars...
Evergreen shrub with finely divided grey-green leaves and fragrant yellow flowers, borne in terminal clusters.Full Details>
Sticky buds, large palmate leaves, yellow/orange in autumn. White 'candle' flowers. Green husks with conkers.Full Details>
Tall shrub, leaves grey with silky sheen. Flowers yellow cone shaped, pineapple scented. Good on high wall.Full Details>
Laburnum x waterii 'Vossii'
An erect tree, pendant chains of scented, golden yellow flowers in early June. Seeds are poisonous if eaten.Full Details>
Prunus FRAGRANT CLOUD ('Shizuka')
A beautiful white flowering cherry. Highly scented, it has a strong ascending habit.Full Details>
Portugal Laurel. Small white hawthorn scented flowers carried in slender racemes. Height after 10yrs up to 4mFull Details>
Prunus mume 'Beni-chidori'
Rich deep pink flowers, highly scented. Height-very small.Full Details>
Prunus padus 'Watereri'
Broadly conical at first becoming rounded. Almond scented white flowers in May. Height after 10yrs up to 6m.Full Details>
Robinia pseudoacacia 'Frisia'
Beautiful tree with leaves rich golden/yellow from spring to autumn. Height after 10yrs 5m x 4m.Full Details>
Robinia x margaretta 'Pink Cascade'
Exotic tree with elegant foliage and rich pink flowers in June. Height after 10yrs 5m x 4m.Full Details>
Large vigorous tree. Leaves are large with a coarse texture. Creamy-yellow flowers. Height after 10 years over 6m.Full Details>