The month of November is about to begin and it dawned upon me that Alstonia Scholaris a native evergreen tree tends to bear clusters of white flowers around end of November or in the first two weeks of December and its flowers are exceptionally fragrant which could simply be described as breathtaking on a crisp winter morning. The duration of the flowering time is around 2 or 3 weeks.
Has anyone else experienced its fragrance?
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Salam everyone. I have just joined this forum and my interest is to have a hassle free but highly fragrant garden. Through this thread I found out a few flowers that have a very nice fragrance. So I went to a nursery today and the man there told me plumeria has no smell and that champa smells like medicine. I have searched GardenGeek.com and they have also mentioned how nice they smell. But I have visited a few nurseries here in rawalpindi and they all say the smell is very slight. They didn't have a booming plant that I could smell for myself so...