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Michele Oliver

Love this post, reminds me of the flowers back home, in South Africa. Personally I love jasmine, definetly one of my favorites.


Thanks so much for sharing about your favorite fragrant flower.Though I love peonies, freesia is my favorite when it comes to scent.

Angela @The Not So Functional Housewife

Roses are my favorite, but I love Lily's too! Beautiful pictures!

Thanks so much for stopping by to share!


Angela, I think freesia has a lovely scent. Thanks for hosting your link party every week. Enjoy the rest of your weekend!

Doni Hall

I love flowers...and I remember vividly my mother's Iris gardens...plural!
LOTS of colors, but most especially the scent. They just are over the top with scent (some colors) that typify Spring and Easter time for me. Each year I look forward to my different Iris beds blooming.
Thanks so much for the wonderful information and gorgeous pictures!
Thank you to for joining my Link at faithgracecrafts! I'm so glad you visited!!
Blessings, Doni

Lissa (The Wedding Bistro at Bellenza)

Wonderful guide to selecting fragrant blooms...not just for weddings, but for the home!


Thanks for sharing at tipjunkie. Too bad that with the exception of Lavender and roses I'm allergic to all of these :-(. Have a great day - maks :-)

Jeannie Marie

I love all but one of the flowers listed. Just like children, I can't choose a favorite. The lily you have pictured, I can't have in the house. The scent is too strong. I love them in the garden though.


Doni, thanks for sharing your memories of those iris gardens. they must have been amazing to see.


Lissa, Thanks so much for always stopping by. Fragrant flowers are such a blessing of spring.

Calling it Home

I have had the pleasure of smelling all but Stock. In fact, I have never heard of it. That is so interesting about the fragrant ones not lasting as long. Your salesman is a bit rude with that remark...no kidding!


So sorry to hear that you're allergic to most fragrant flowers, but that you can still enjoy them on my blog.


The pictured Stargazer lily is the favorite of many, but it's not my favorite either.


My flower salesman is actually incredibly sweet and helpful. I think his remark is supposed to be some kind of flower wholesaler joke. He stopping telling me that long ago though.


I ADORE lilacs -- ours are in full bloom now and there is a vase of them in almost every room of the house!

BethM@Under A Pile of Scrap!

I love the Peacock Orchid scent in it's early evening hours as well as Moon flower.


So beautiful! Thank you for linking up to Home Sweet Home!


You're a very lucky woman to be surrounded by violets. Thanks so much for stopping by.


I haven't had the pleasure of smelling either of those yet. Looking forward to the opportunity. Thanks for stopping by.


Sherry thanks so much for stopping by. Glad you enjoyed the post on Fragrant Flowers.


I think you captured all of my favorites in this post! Thanks for sharing this at Drab to Fab last week! This week's party is on! Come on back and share more of your great ideas (old or new) :)


Amy @ Sugar and Spice

Hope you have a great weekend!

Jann Olson

Hi, I never met a flower I didn't like, even the ones that don't smell wonderful. Those that have a beautiful frangrance are just an extra little bonus. I love all of the 10 flowers you listed. I have all of them in my garden except Freesia and Stock. They are annuals in my zone. I especially love the smell of stocks. My favorite smell is of freshly cut grass. I guess that's why I still enjoy mowing my lawn. Thanks for sharing your wonderful knowledge. Visiting from Ivy and Elephants.


Jann, I love the smell of freshly cut grass too. Glad I don't have to mow it though. Have an incredible weekend!

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