Fragrant Plants

Away from the tropics fragrant plants can transport you to that lush environ where you first encountered it. Sweet, spicy, flowery or fruity, Zone 9 Tropicals carries something for you… CONTINUED

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  1. Aglaia odorata 'Chinese Perfume Plant'
    Enchanting sweet fragrance on small yellow flowers.
    As low as $19.99
  2. Aloysia virgata 'Sweet Almond Bush'
    Very sweet fragrance and an explosion of blooms.
    As low as $11.99
  3. Brunfelsia isola 'Purple Lady of the Night'
    Colorful brunfelsia hybrid.
    As low as $22.99
  4. Cestrum diurnum 'Day Blooming Jasmine'
    Tropical shrub up to ten feet high with small clusters of tubular white...
    As low as $9.99
  5. Cestrum nocturnum 'Night Blooming Jasmine'
    Sweet frangrant light green/white flowers open at night.
    As low as $10.99
  6. Citrus hystrix 'Kaffir Lime'
    Aromatic lime leaves. Essential for Thai cuisine.
    As low as $14.99
  7. Coffea arabica 'Coffee'
    Your lattés start here.
    As low as $11.99
  8. Gardenia jasminoides 'Frostproof'
    As low as $17.99
  9. Gardenia taitensis 'Heaven Scent'
    As low as $19.99

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Tropical Fragrant Plants

Away from the tropics fragrant plants can transport you to that lush environ where you first encountered it. Sweet, spicy, flowery or fruity, some tropical plants are known for their ability to fill the air with fragrance. Others may have a mercurial fragrance that is both astonishing and vanishing at once. Fragrances can have a clean and refreshing qulity to them such with Jasmines. So much so that they are a frequent scent in cleaning products.

Gardenias are a favorite plant sought after for their fresh and clean fragrance. Some passion flowers can have a very strong and sweet fragrance. In Hawaii, plumeria trees line neighborhood streets and fill the air with flowery sweet scent.

Others plants can have deeply spicy and mysterious scents like those originating from gingers, cardamom or Ylang ylang.

Although one usually thinks of flowers when contemplating tropical fragrances, many exotic scents originate from other parts of a plant. The spicy scent of Awapuhi, the shampoo ginger, comes from its  cone shaped inflorescence. Squeeze it lightly and it will spill scented water over your fingers. The bark of cinnamon trees exudes fragrance as well. Still other produce resinous sap that is prized for its fragrant qualities.

 Away from the tropics fragrant plants can transport you to that lush environ where you first encountered it. Sweet, spicy, flowery or fruity, Zone 9 Tropicals offers fragrant tropical plants to suit your taste.