Top 10 Most Pleasant-Smelling Flowers


10 Wisteria

Wisteria is a genus of legume family flowering plants, Fabaceae, which includes ten species of woody climbing bines native to China, Korea , Japan, and the Eastern United States. Some species constitute common ornamental plants. Wisteria is a flowering climbing plant that grows primarily in the United States, Korea, Japan and China. This stunning flower opens in colors of purple, pink, and white. Wisteria has a great resemblance to clusters like grapes. Wisteria produces a spicy, pleasant scent during bloom. Not all wisteria flowers species produce odour. The most prominent good smelling plant in the wisteria family is Chinese wisteria.

9 Frangipani

Plumeria is a flowering plant genus within the Apocynaceae family. The majority of species are deciduous shrubs or tiny trees. The species are native to Mexico , Central America and the Caribbean in different forms, and are cultivated as cosmopolitan ornamentals in warm regions as far south as Brazil and north as Florida. Owing to its wider use it is also known by tourists as the Hawaiian lei flora. Frangipani fragrance gets strong at night. The sweet scent attracts pollinating sphnix moths. Frangipani open on blooming in white, purple, red and yellow colours. Frangipani primarily uses boutique making and spa making. Frangipani spa offers instant relaxation and an enjoyable smell.

8 Sweet Alyssum

Synonym for Lobularia maritima. Alyssum maritimum, common name sweet alyssum or sweet alison, is a species of low-growing flowering plant in the Brassicaceae family, often commonly referred to as just alyssum. Sweet alyssum is a small, annual flower originating in the Mediterranean region. Sweet alyssum contains dense clusters and tiny white and yellowish flowers. It also produces good, attractive smell during spring season. The sweet alyssum flowers are used mostly to make bouquets. Sweet alyssum seeds can grow straight from the ground.

7 Sweet Pea

The sweet pea is a flowering plant in the Fabaceae family of the genus Lathyrus, native to Sicily, southern Italy and the Aegean Islands. It is an annual climbing plant which grows to a height of 1–2 metres, where appropriate support is available. Sweet pea flowers grow to 2,4 inches long and open in deep red , yellow, white colours. It blooms in spring and winter, and creates an intense scent of pleasure. Due to its popularity of strong scent, sweet pea flowers can be found in any common gardens.

6 Four O’ Clock

Mirabilis jalapa, Peru’s wonder or four o’clock flower, is Mirabilis plant’s most widely grown ornamental species and available in a range of colours. In Latin, Mirabilis means fantastic and in Mexico, Jalapa is the state capital of Veracruz. Four O’clock flower is named after the flowering nature of the evening which continues for the night. This also produces strong floral fragrance. That smell stays in the surroundings until the warmth goes off. Four O’clock flowers bloom in several colours, in purple, white and yellow varieties.

5 Chocolate Cosmos

Cosmos atrosanguineus, the cosmos of chocolate, is a genus of cosmos, originally from Mexico. It’s also believed to be extinct in the wild; but in Mexico it’s “very plentiful.” Unlike other fragrant flowers, the cosmos of chocolate produces an agreeable scent of vanilla. Flowers of the chocolate world have a reddish brown color. This flora is named after the scent and color of its chocolate. Cosmos of caramel, found mainly in Mexican areas. At night, the plant blooms. During the summer season, because of the strong heat, the chocolate cosmos produces more intense, pleasant scent than other seasons.

4 Gardenia

Gardenia is a genus of coffee-family flowering plants, Rubiaceae, native to tropical and subtropical regions of Africa , Asia, Madagascar and the Pacific Islands. The genus was named after Dr Alexander Garden, a Scottish-born American naturalist, by Carl Linnaeus and John Ellis. Gardenia is a part of a family of coffees. It took its name from the renowned Scottish botanist Alexander Garden. Thanks to its elegance and fragrance Gardenia is commonly used in wedding ceremonies. Gardenia flower wears as boutonnieres in France. In many parts of the world, it’s also used to produce perfumes and as herb.

3 Lily of the valley

Convallaria majalis, a lily of the valley sometimes written, is a woodland flowering plant with sweetly scented, pendent, bell-shaped white flowers borne in spring sprays. This is native in Asia and Europe all over the cool temperate Northern Hemisphere. Valley lily is renowned for its sweet fragrance and elegance. This plant has flowers shaped like nodding bells. As a sweet smelling flower, valley lily is used in perfume production .. It is also used as a burning herb and for fever.

2 Jasmine

Jasmine is a genus of olive shrubs and vines. It comprises around 200 species native to Eurasia and Oceania, tropical and warm temperate regions. Jasmines are commonly cultivated because of their flowers’ signature fragrance. This beautiful, tiny flower is native to tropical regions all over the world. Jasmine flowers open in yellowish and white colours. They are widely used in perfume and cosmetics production. Jasmine flowers are also used in aromatherapy and ceremonies. Dried jasmine is used as ingredient for making tea in gulf regions. Jasmine blooms in the summer and in the spring.

1 Rose

A rose is a woody, annual flowering plant in the Rosa genus, in the Rosaceae family, or the flower that it carries. There are more than three hundred distinct species and tens of thousands of cultivars. They form a group of plants with stems that are often armed with sharp prickles, which can be erect shrubs, climbing, or trailing. This lovely flora is found in Asia , Europe and North America. It is also one of the most common flower that can be found throughout the world in every gardens. Roses are widely used in wedding ceremonies and perfume-making. Rose water is one of the best cures for radiant skin, obviously. There are many shades of roses including red , pink and gold.