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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
Culinary Herbs
Fruit, Berries, Nuts
Peppers, Chilies
Strawberries
Tomatoes
Vegetable Calendar Zone 9

ORNAMENTALS
Grasses
Ground Cover
Perennials
Shrubs
Succulents
Trees and Palms
Vines

SPECIALTY GARDENS
Butterfly Garden
Erosion Control
Fragrance Garden
Hedges, Barriers, Screens
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 Prep for Vegetables
USDA Hardiness Zones
Planting, Watering, Shrubs, Trees

NURSERIES / SUPPLIES
Online
Phoenix
Tucson

MEETINGS
Phoenix Meetings
Tucson Meetings

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Lonicera americana flowers

Plants with Aromatic Resin

Encelia farinosa: Brittlebush
The aromatic resin which seeps from broken stems is burned as incense.

Plants with Fragrance

Agastache rupestris: Licorice Mint Hyssop
The leaves produce a licorice or root beer aroma, stronger after several days of drought.

Aloysia gratissima: Whitebrush
The flowers produce a strong vanilla scent, and bloom after rain, spring through fall.

Berlandiera lyrata: Chocolate Flower
The flowers produce a chocolate scent, strongest in the early morning before the temperature rises, and bloom spring through fall.

Ceanothus: Desert Lilac
The flowers produce a strong lilac scent all day, and bloom spring or summer.

Larrea tridentata: Creosote Bush
The leaves produce a creosote smell after rain, enjoyed by those who grew up in the desert.

Lavandula x intermedia 'Gros Bleu': Lavender
The leaves are aromatic. The spent flower stems can be burnt as incense.

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

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

Monardella villosa: Coyote Mint
The leaves produce a very strong, minty aroma.

Poliomintha maderensis: Lavender Spice
The leaves produce an oregano aroma, stronger after several days of drought.

Salvia clevelandii: Cleveland Sage
The leaves produce a very strong aroma.

Tagetes lemmonii: Lemmon's Marigold
The leaves produce a strong aroma.

Tagetes lucida: Mexican Tarragon
The leaves produce a licorice aroma, stronger after several days of drought.

Lonicera americana flowers
'Pam's Pink' Honeysuckle

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