Into the realm of the senses - A fragrance garden to enjoy

Fragrances and fragrance belong together like dreams and colors. Air rhymes with scent and this undoubtedly, because something fragrant is light like the air that carries the fragrance. Fragrance is directly related to air. The essential oils are the actual carriers of herbal fragrances. They reach our senses through the air we breathe. The result is fragrance that brings air and light in perfect harmony, because every fragrance is light that has become matter.
Fragrances create a connection to our innermost and to our feelings. They evoke everything that we have ever experienced in our childhood and youth from personal memories with flowers and plants. Fragrances of natural origin, in precise fragrance compositions have a beneficial effect on our emotional life and on our health. If you have a flower garden, you can delve into this matter with pleasure, into this sea of ​​fruity, lovely, delicate or woody scents. For those who do not have a flower garden, we recommend getting a lamp for aromatherapy, decorating the apartment with fresh flower bushes and sometimes taking a walk to public flower gardens. Because aromatherapy pleases the soul.

Balcony box with petunias

Balcony box with petunias


the fragrant rose garden

the fragrant rose garden

Scent and color as in a fairy tale

Scent and color as in a fairy tale

fragrant flowered petunia

fragrant flowers - Petunia

Fragrant peasant jasmine 'Aureus'

Fragrant Farming Jasmin 'Aureus' - Philadelphus coronarius 'Aureus'

Fragrance garden full of colors

Fragrance garden full of colors

The scent is the soul of the flowers
If you want to create and maintain a fragrance garden to enjoy and relax, you should remember to make the fragrant varieties of flowers and plants easily accessible at the beginning. Ideal locations for this are at a seat, along the garden path, on the terrace or in the front yard. If you do not have your own garden, let it smell on the balcony of pots, boxes or tubs! And children, you can show how plants and flowers release their aroma by rubbing against them. You will not forget it until old age, because smells are permanently engraved in our memory.

Duftwicken belong to the fragrance garden

Duftwicken belong to the fragrance garden

The romantic dusk is reflected in the fragrant flowers of the night violets

The romantic dusk is reflected in the fragrant flowers of the night violets

Duftwicken hold for a long time in the vase

Vanilla puffs can last a long time in the vase

a fairytale of fragrance and color in Dubai

a fairytale of fragrance and color in Dubai

English roses are excellent for small vases

English roses are also suitable for small vases

Color, scent and fragrance in your own garden

Enjoy a lot of color and scent in your own garden

Facade greenery with fragrant climbing roses

Facade greenery with fragrant climbing roses

Lilac is the heart of spring

Lilac is one of the messengers of spring

Fragrant Platterbe (Lathyrus odoratus)

Fragrant Platterbe

The feeling for scented flowers and aromatic plants
Roses dream in fragrance and color. English roses called David Austin the results of his long-standing rose breeding. What he did with this rose is simply overwhelming and intoxicating. The special flower shape of these roses first stands out. It consists of flat, rosette-shaped flowers full of grace with petals that look like soft, folded silk. They impress every viewer with their delicate charm like an impressionist painting and enchant them with their seductive scents. Each variety smells different - from sweet, spicy, fruity, beguiling to resinous myrrh. And the colors! The English roses fascinate with their previously never seen apricot, peach and soft shell pink tints with shades. "Evelyn" and "Sharifa Asma" are typical representatives of this color scheme. The white color of the English Roses is not cold chalk white, but a creamy white with depth like "Francine Austin" and "Clamis Castle". The last one has this special myrrh fragrance. The yellow of Austin's English roses is reminiscent of light amber and is very soft. The yellow English roses feel very well in the team with other flowers. The varieties "English Garden," "Happy Child" and "Molineux" are the confirmation.
In summary, it can be said that the English Rose is one of the most varied and versatile of all rose species. It grows to magnificent, well-formed shrubs and is a fragrant ornament for the bed or the mixed discounts. Some species of the English Rose can even be run as low climbers along a wall, a pillar or a fence. So they quickly become an aromatic-flowery eye-catcher in every garden.

"Fragrances are the feelings of the flowers." Heinrich Heine describes the intense aroma of fragrance flowers and aromatic plants that are very popular among young and old in the garden. Because they work unconsciously with their beguiling fragrances on the emotional sensation of the smelling and bring thereby more joy in his life. Another essential element in the design of fragrant gardens are the supple aromatic willows (Lathyrus odoratus), which combine fragrance and fragrance excellently. They bloom in every imaginable pastel color, exude a lovely aroma and, with their colorful butterfly blossoms, are also in glass vases a beautiful, aromatic decoration for every interior. As a climber, puffed leaves on thin wire mesh in the garden are best placed. With their heavenly-smelling flowers waving at the summer wind, scented vines also enrich entrance bows, bars and fences of all kinds.

"A garden without phlox is not only a mere error, but a sin against the summer" - this statement Karl Försters, who brought out several varieties, is often quoted. Phlox is an ancient Greek word for flame. Probably because of the bright, red blooms of their wild type the plant received its German name "Flammenblume", which did not prevail however. Summer phlox (Phlox paniculata) is the classic par excellence. It is characterized by the abundance of its flowers. With their radiant colors in many different nuances, they leave almost nothing to be desired and also spread a wonderful, beguiling aroma. There are a variety of species of this perennial that will suit well to any scented garden - the taller ones for the garden in country style, the compact ones for the smaller garden. Beautiful, fragrant and even edible is this fragrance flower that you can enjoy all year round.

Another essential plant for your own fragrance garden is certainly the lavender (Lavandula angustifolia). Lavender is a true all-rounder, because it looks pretty, smells exquisite, soothes, relaxes, cleanses and acts in many ways beneficial to humans. He is particularly well-proven with troubled babies and their problems. With good care, lavender shrubs can get very old. Lavender is considered one of the most popular rose companions and is one of the highlights in the home fragrance gardens. The scent of lavender along with the fragrance of herbs such as rosemary, basil and thyme gently blows over terraces and balconies, evoking memories of holidays in Mediterranean landscapes. And the nicest thing about lavender is that you can store its beneficial aroma in small flower bags over the long winter and smell it again and again to feel an instant relaxation of body and mind.

For the creation of a beautiful fragrance garden, which spoils the senses with wonderful aromas from spring to autumn, a whole, almost infinite number of plants, shrubs and flowers are known. Therefore, it is advisable not to put all the aromatic plants in a bed, but to distribute them throughout the garden. In this way you can enjoy the individual fragrances and their effects much better. So the lovely note of lilac (Syringa) puts us in a quiet romantic mood every spring. The scent of the pipe shrub (Philadelphus) fills the warm evening air with a sweet fragrance. Hyacinths (Hyacinthus), Narcissus (Narcissus) and violet (Viola odorata) smell pleasantly tender not only in the bed, but also in pots. The winter scented snowball (Viburnum farreri) opens its first vanilla-smelling flowers in autumn. Other flowering fragrance suppliers are night violets (Hesperis), petunia (Petunia), jasmine (Jasminum), calendula (Calendula officinalis) and many others. You can find a whole range of fragrant plant species for the creation of your own scent garden in the encyclopedia of Garten-Treffpunkt. We wish you a lot of fun in the Reich ...

Jasmine unfolds its scent after sunset

Jasmine unfolds its scent after sunset

Lavender looks pretty and smells delicious

Lavender looks pretty and smells delicious

Rose scent fills the small romantic garden

Rose scent fills the small romantic garden

with the winter scented snowball you have the same scent and color in late autumn as in spring

with the winter scented snowball you have the same scent and color in late autumn as in spring

red garden furniture surrounded by charming fragrant roses

red garden furniture surrounded by charming fragrant roses

Summer phlox as a pink carpet in the garden

Summer phlox as a pink carpet in the garden

fragrant phlox beautifully decorated

fragrant phlox beautifully decorated

fragrant petunia as a hanging plant for the terrace

fragrant petunias as hanging plants for the terrace

Carpet of phlox flowers

Carpet of phlox flowers

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