Winter in the garden is a beautiful time of year with frosts that glisten on dewy grass and lush evergreens.
So, don’t go into hibernation just yet– one of the best features of a winter garden is fragrance.
Many winter plants that lack large, showy flowers make up for it with heady perfume. Grow them near doors, gates and pathways so they waft you with their scent as you come and go. It’s the perfect welcome home on a cold winter’s night. Here are my top 8 below.