It’s amazing what a few fragrant houseplants can do for the overall ambiance of your home. They liven up dull corners with their beautiful greenery and pleasant scents. Every homeowner needs at least two of these seriously fragrant houseplants!
Geranium oil smells the best, and so do geranium houseplants! There are a variety of different geranium plants, and they all smell different. Some smell like lemon, lime, or nutmeg!
If you put sweet-smelling Arabian Jasmine in a sunny window, you may be lucky enough to enjoy it’s flowers all year long. Additionally, growers can use the flowers to make jasmine tea!
Place cut eucalyptus in your shower for a relaxing spa-like aroma. You’ll notice the aroma even more when you rub the leaves together with your fingers!
Gardenia is known for it’s sweet-smelling fragrance, but can be a tricky houseplant to grow. Make sure you fertilize plants twice yearly, and keep it away from dark and drafty windows.
Orange Jessamine is known for it’s gorgeous green foliage, but once a year it will flower, and it smells like orange blossoms! This plant loves areas of bright light. It will grow well in low light, but one shouldn’t expect the flowers to blossom.
Tea Rose Begonia is gorgeous, and it’s one of the only kind of Begonia flowers that produces a sweet scent. Apply fertilizer at least twice yearly to keep the flowers in show.
Grow Cuban Oregano in a bright spot and make sure the soil is kept regularly moist. Additionally, cut leaves are great for propagation. You’ll only ever have to buy one Cuban Oregano bush!
Make sure you pick a scented variety when potting these unique looking house flowers. Passion Flowers like these can grow big and they’ll need a trellis to support their growth!
Angels Trumpet is often hard for beginners to grow, and extremely posionous, so grow at your own risk! Fertilize heavily in spring and summer, giving it nutrition to bloom! However, growers should be wary of aphids, mealbugs, and spider mites.