Sweet Olive, mmmmm, in Louisiana is where I first smelled this. In old Plantation gardens, and in spring and late fall, just walking down the street. The smell is so incredibly wonderful and beautiful .my mama used it in flower arrangements
Sweet Olive Propagation: How To Root A Sweet Olive Tree - Sweet olive is an evergreen with delightfully fragrant blossoms and dark shiny leaves. Virtually pest free, these dense bushes require little care and are easy to propagate from sweet olive cuttings. For more information on propagation, click here.
Essentially a 3 plant combination. Cabbage tree (Cordyline australis) and agave. Cordylines are related to yuccas and agave making those plants natural garden companions. Same effect could be achieved with Dracanea.
Tea olives (Osmanthus species) are some of the most sweetly fragrant plants in Southern gardens. Their scent makes them ideal for planting near windows and outdoor living areas where the fall blooming flowers can be readily enjoyed.
Tea tree Olive cut up to look like a graceful TREE instead of a Godzilla Bush! And this is the same "tree" as the "Tea Tree" with all of its healing powers! (melaleuca) Full size picture of Sweet Olive, Fragrant Tea Olive (Osmanthus fragrans)
Smells like Heaven! Tea olive blooms heaviest in spring and fall during cooler weather and will even produce blooms during warm days of winter. Tolerates heavy clay soil well and is drought and deer resistant.