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When you see a beautiful flower, your first reaction is to take a sniff of the sweet scent. Don’t you just love letting your senses be consumed with the aroma of flowers?
Aromatic, fragrant plants are those plants and flowers which have a unique and captivating smell that makes it hard to resist smelling or even looking at them.
They make for beautiful home gardens and are wonderful for the office because they tend to brighten and freshen up any surrounding and give out a pleasant vibe.
Benefits of Aromatic Fragrant Plants
Aromatic, fragrant plants lighten and refresh the mood of the house. These flowers produce an amazing fragrance. They make the surroundings fragrant. The naturally sweet smell of these plants helps you create a friendly ambience.
Your guests will love it and after a long day at work, you are going to love it too.
Aromatic, fragrant plants possess several benefits. From lightening up a person’s mood to brightening a surrounding. They are used to imbibe positive vibes into a dull space. They can be used to add perfume to an indoor setting.
What are some great aromatic, fragrant plants that have a subtle perfumed smell and create a positive atmosphere? If you are looking for a festive edit, you can’t go wrong with our collection of Marigolds.
These are available in yellow, orange, white, french royal, and other colours.
Why Choose NurseryLive?
We even have a variety of Rajnigandha (tuberose), chrysanthemums, nasturtiums, ageratums, geraniums, and lavender flowers, which are bound to give your space a dash of colour along with teasing your olfactory senses.
We even have plant combos available, if you’re unable to decide which one plant to get! Sometimes the best smells come from a mix of optimum combinations! Pick from our selection of aromatic, fragrant plants for yourself or a loved one, today.
Aromatic plants are mostly used to extract essential oils for use in sectors such as cosmetics flavouring and scent among others.
Only a few hundred species of aromatic plants have been examined in depth out of a total of roughly 1500 species.
Allow the plant to dry completely between waterings and fertilise once a month during the winter. Then as the weather warms take the plant outside to allow it to bloom.
Mogra plant, Champa, Margold, Roses, Kund, Night Jasmine, Harishingar etc are some Aromatic plants.
Plants' blooms and leaves generate a scent component that is sensed by the olfactory system as it travels through the air.