If you have a hobby greenhouse, a very bright plantroom or vast windowsill location, or if you garden under artifical lights, you will be most successful with such groups as Cestrum, Gardenia, Jasminum, Murraya, Nicotiana, Passiflora, Solanum, Stephanotis, Trachelospermum, Anredera, Carissa, Cestrum, Crinum, Pittosporum, Viola, Datura, Brugsmansia, Epiphyllum, Eucharis, Hedychium, Ligustrum, Lonicera, Myrtus, Osmanthus, Neomarica, Rosa, Sansevieria, Tulbaghia, Dombeya, Pereskia and so forth. Some plants are better known for being "scented," rather than fragrant: Amorphophallus, Sauromatum, Stapelia, and Huernia start this list! We will also select several plants best known for scented foliage from Centrathermum, Crithmum, Curcuma, Mentha, Myrtus, Pelargonium, Piper, Plectranthus, Pogostemon patchouli, Thorncroftia, Aeolanthus, Olea, and so forth. 5 plants
Some of you grow only indoors, some only in terrariums; many of you have hobby greenhouses; while a growing number of customers live in subtropical or tropical areas of the world. These brief codes are an attempt to suggest whether or not a particular plant will do well in your particular conditions.
If an entry has the cluster HP CGH, this means normal house plant culture will be successful if the plant is given a cool CGH moist location; however if the entry has the cluster CGH HP, you would interpret this to suggest that while Cool Greenhouse conditions are needed for total success with this plant, House Plant conditions will be adequate, while not ideal. If the cluster is HH CGH you would interpret this to mean that while in Zone 8 or below this will be winter hardy outdoor, further north it will need considerable mulch, a cold frame, or a Cool Greenhouse to thrive. And so on.×