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The Low Water Fragrance Garden

Gardening in Tucson, Phoenix

Arizona and California

The Low Water Fragrance Garden

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Plant List

FOOD PLANTS
Fruit and Berries
Herbs
Peppers, Chilies
Strawberries
Tomatoes

ORNAMENTALS
Grasses
Ground Cover
Perennials
Shrubs
Trees
Vines

SPECIALTY GARDENS
Butterfly Garden
Erosion Control
Fragrance Garden
Hedges, Barriers
Hummingbird Garden
Long-Blooming
Winter-Blooming

GARDENING TIPS
Dealing with Critters
Digging Holes for Plants
Fruit: Selection, Cultivation
Garden Bed: Sterilizing
Landscaping
Microclimates
Plant Placement
Selecting Plants
Soil Preparation
USDA Hardiness Zones
Trees: Planting, Watering
Vegetable Calendar Zone 9

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Latest update: February, 2019


Lonicera americana flowers

A Source of Incense

Encelia farinosa: Brittlebush
The resinous sap from broken stems is burned as incense.

Plants with Fragrance

Agastache rupestris: Licorice Mint Hyssop
Leaves, with a licorice or root beer scent stronger after several days of drought.

Aloysia gratissima: Whitebrush
Flowers with a strong vanilla scent, bloom after rain spring through fall.

Berlandiera lyrata: Chocolate Flower
Flowers, with a chocolate scent strongest in the early morning before the temperature rises, bloom spring through fall.

Ceanothus greggii: Desert Ceanothus
Flowers, with a strong lilac scent all day, bloom in late winter or early spring.

Lonicera japonica: Japanese Honeysuckle
Flowers, with a floral honey scent strongest at dusk and dawn, bloom spring through fall.

Lonicera x americana: 'Pam's Pink' Honeysuckle / American Woodbine
Flowers, with an exotic clove scent strongest at dusk and dawn, bloom spring through fall.

Poliomintha maderensis: Lavender Spice
Leaves, with an oregano scent stronger after several days of drought.

Tagetes lucida: Mexican Tarragon
Leaves, with a licorice scent stronger after several days of drought.

Lonicera americana flowers
'Pam's Pink' Honeysuckle

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