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These indoor flowers will fill you home with an incredible fragrance: they smell like luxury perfumes

Yulia PoteriankoLife
Begonia, eucharis and hoya will fill your home with fragrance

There are many ways to improve the aroma in your home: aroma lamps and diffusers, oriental incense sticks, and various fresheners. None of them will give you the same aroma as a real flower. Thus, what are the houseplants that can fill your home with a wonderful scent? In fact, there are a lot of options.

OBOZREVATEL has collected the top plants that smell like luxury perfumes and even better when they bloom. The only caveat is that they can cause allergies in people who are sensitive to pollen. However, if you can tolerate flowering well, here is a list of the most fragrant flowerpots.

Lavender

Yes, this incredibly fragrant herb can be grown in a pot on a windowsill. Moreover, it feels good on the sunny side. The lavender blooming season is in summer, so the color and, accordingly, the aroma, lasts quite a long time. The downside is that this plant is toxic to cats and dogs.

Begonia ever-blooming

The name of this plant speaks for itself: with good care, it will produce fragrant flowers all year round. Moreover, it is unpretentious to the conditions of keeping and is suitable even for beginners. Like lavender, it is better to keep animals away from it.

Citrus fruit

Any plant from the citrus family should be kept at home not so much for the sake of the harvest as for the delicate sweet aroma that its flowers emit. Orange blossom essence is one of the favorite ingredients of perfumers, so you can easily imagine what a wonderful scent your room will have during the flowering period.

Orchid

Yes, this plant will require a little bit of work to find the right soil, water, temperature, and lighting for it. But as a reward, you will get flowers of unsurpassed beauty and a wonderful aroma. Experienced orchid lovers especially recommend cymbidiums for their fresh smell and the snow-white Brassavola nodosa, which smells especially strong and sweet.

Tuberose

Another common perfume fragrance that can be grown on your windowsill. Tuberose flowers smell very intense, so if you like delicate fragrances, look for other options. If you are ready for a strong smell in the room, provide the tuberose with direct sunlight and abundant watering and cut off some of the flowering stems during flowering: this will make the tuberose more productive and you will have a beautiful bouquet. Keep in mind that this beauty is dangerous for pets.

Hoya

This South Asian shrub, with proper care, blooms from the first steady spring warmth to the first fall coolness, spreading a delicate fragrance around it. As a rule, beautiful hoya is grown at home. However, as it is a rather capricious plant, it is better to have some experience before trying to grow it. It feels and looks best in hanging planters.

Eucharis

It is also called the indoor daffodil because of its similarity to the flowers. By origin, it is also a bulbous plant of the amaryllis family. Eucharis blooms in November-December, and the most diligent gardeners can be pleased with it in late spring. Like any member of the Amaryllis family, it is toxic to animals.

Jasmine

This popular garden shrub can feel quite comfortable at home. However, of all the species, it is Jasminum polyanthum that will smell the best. Its flowering period is in winter, and this plant looks best in hanging pots, from which it boasts out beautiful flowering shoots.

Plumeria

This South American plant blooms at home all summer long with rather large flowers that smell wonderful, although the aroma of different types of plumeria can vary: from citrus-like to almost rose-like. The plant loves sunlight and abundant watering. Still, it is very dangerous for pets.

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