Ok this feels like a loaded question.. how can you choose just one?
Also, for me, each season brings a favorite, there are so many great ones, too many really. So for flowers with great scent I would have to say Freesia, Hyacinth and roses, then
flowers for long lasting on the stem would have to be Dahlia,
and the beauty of the Iris family for the variety,
Eatable plants would have to be ANY fruit, the mints (love chocolate the most) and Nasturshiums.
Gee, that is a tough question. For me, my favorite garden plants are mostly dependent upon the season. I do, however have a tendency to lean towards plants which emit a pleasant aroma, especially in the garden areas which are closest to the entry on my home.
If I had to choose one favorite garden plant, I would have to say Lavender. I love the aroma of fresh lavender. Not only is it relaxing, but also tends to bring out the best in me, - having a natural healing affect, lowering my stress level, and helping me experience the beauty of the universe that is so easy to sometimes lose sight of.
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