What plants, especially fragrant plants, can I plant for a Moon Garde

guanabanaboy(10b So. Cal.)January 1, 2013

The following is a list of plants suitable for a Moon Garden and was provided by Clare_CA in June 2004.

Plants for a Moon Garden

Most of these plants have fragrant flowers or fragrant foliage, but some of them are not fragrant but were added for their beauty at night.

Abronia fragrans, sand verbena

Acacia Farnesiana, Perfume Acacia

Acacia Floribunda, Profuse Flowering Acacia

Aglaia odorata (Chinese perfume plant, chinese rice flower, Mock Lemon, Family: Meliaceae)

Alcea rugosa, Yellow Hollyhock

Allamanda Cathartica (Golden Trumpet, Family: Apocynaceae)

Allamanda Williamsii (Golden trumpet vine, Family: Apocynaceae)

Anemone x hybrida 'Whirlybirds', Japanese anemone

Angelonia goyazensis (Angel Mist, Summer Snapdragon, Angel Flower, Family: Scrophulariaceae)

Araujia sericofera, Physianthus albens (Bladder flower, Family: Asclepiadaceae)

Artabotrys Hexapetalus, A. odoratissimus, A. uncinatus (Ylang Ylang vine, Bhandari vine, Climbing lang-lang, Tail grape, ilang-ilang, Family: Annonaceae)

Artemisia, Artemisia schmidtiana, wormwood

Beaumontia grandiflora (Easter Lily Vine, Heralds Trumpet, Nepal Trumpet Flower, Family: Apocynaceae)

Bouvardia longiflora

Brugmansia, (Angels Trumpet, Family: Solanaceae)

Brunfelsia americana (Lady of the night, Family: Solanaceae)

Brunfelsia australis (Yesterday-Today-and-Tomorrow, Family: Solanaceae)

Brunfelsia floribunda (Morning, Noon and Night, Family: Solanaceae)

Brunfelsia gigantea (Lady of the Night, Family: Solanaceae)

Brunfelsia grandiflora (Yesterday -Today -Tomorrow, Kiss-me-quick, Royal Purple Brunfelsia, Family: Solanaceae)

Brunfelsia jamaicensis (Lady of the Night, Family: Solanaceae)

Brunfelsia lactea (Lady of the night, Family: Solanaceae)

Brunfelsia manaca (Manaca, Family: Solanaceae)

Brunfelsia nitida (, Family: Solanaceae (Nightshade))

Brunfelsia Pilosa (Manaca root, Family: Solanaceae (Nightshade))

Buddleia asiatica

Buddleia davidii, Butterfly Bush

Calonyction aculeatum, Ipomoea alba (Giant moonflower, Family: Convolvulaceae)

Calycanthus Floridus, Sweet Shade

Cananga odorata (Ylang Ylang, Perfume Tree, Chanel #5 Tree, ilang-ilang, Family: Annonaceae)

Cananga odorata var. Fruticosa (Dwarf Ylang-Ylang, Family: Annonaceae)

Carex muskingumensis 'Ice Fountains', Palm sedge

Carissa carandas (Karanda, Family: Apocynaceae)

Carissa macrocarpa, C. grandiflora (Natal Plum, Family: Apocynaceae)

Cassia Didymobotrya, C. Siamea (Popcorn Cassia, Peanut Butter Senna, Family: Fabaceae)

Cassia odorata, Senna odorata (Southern cassia, Family: Caesalpiniaceae / Fabaceae)

Cerbera odollam, C.dilatata (Chiute, Chatthankai, Grey Milkwood, Family: Apocynaceae)

Cestrum nocturnum (Night blooming jasmine, Queen of the Night, Night Jessamine, Lady of the Night, Family: Solanaceae)

Cheiranthus allionii, Wallflower

Chonemorpha fragrans (Frangipani vine, Family: Apocynaceae)

Chonemorpha penangensis...

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