Posted: 01/01/2015 at 23:54
Depends what you think of as fragrant we all differ. I love the smell of wallflowers, lily of the valley, night scented stock, old fashioned scented roses are a must.
hate the smell of tête-à-tete and many of the Lily's, many scented shrubs are of short duration also many of the annuals rapidly lose their scent. Sweet peas if you choose the right ones will give three months if planted in sequence and cut as they flower.
Fruit blossom, lilac, give a rich scent but here and gone in no time. You need to plan a rotation off scented plants, afraid one or two will not give what you want.
Look scented plants up on google or if you have them the RHS books, I find them the best gardening books.