Chordospartium stevensonii a woody Legume from South Island, N.Z. The pink bands of tiny flowers have a delicate scent. Growing by the South facing wall next to the Chilean Area & the Linnaeus Monument
- Lilium regale three clumps straggling the pathway to the Queen Mother’s Memorial garden, leaning into the light. Muted red buds open white and have a heavy perfume, intensifying as the day warms up
- Lavandula angustifolia ‘Hidcote’ . A fine group with dense lilac flower spikes is growing in the demonstration garden
- Three hybrid tea roses in the Queen Mother’s Memorial garden, ‘Princess Alexandra’, ‘Golden Jubilee’, ‘Diamond Jubilee’
- Philadelphus x purpureo-maculatus ‘Sybille’ Large white flowers growing in demonstation garden
- Viburnum henryi is awash with creamy white panicles of flowers, these scent the corner of the wall and path to the east of the Orchid house. A native of Central China, look out for the fruit in autumn
- Nepeta ‘Six Hills Hybrid’, middle of the herbaceous border release essential oils as the temperature rises.