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Statistics About The Most Fragrant Gardenia

The most fragrant gardenia variety is typically known to have a strong, sweet scent that can fill a room with its aroma.

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"Gardenias, especially the Most Fragrant Gardenia, named August Beauty, can reach up to 6 feet tall."

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"Gardenias are native to tropics and subtropics of Africa, Asia, Australasia and Oceania, which affects the fragrant quality of these plants."

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"Gardenias are often used to extract fragrant oils for perfumery, especially the Most Fragrant Gardenia species."

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"Varieties of fragrant Gardenias such as 'Frostproof' have been bred to be more tolerant of cold temperatures."

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"Commonly, when grown outdoors, Gardenias can bloom throughout the summer months."

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"The Most Fragrant 'Double Blooming Gardenia' can bloom from May through September in the right conditions."

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"Gardenias, including the most fragrant varieties, prefer acidic soil with a pH range of 5.0 to 6.5."

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"These fragrant flowers require high humidity, around 50-60%, to flourish."

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"August Beauty, famous for its fragrance, blooms heavily from spring through fall."

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"Amanogawa variety is a Japanese selection that is touted as the most fragrant Gardenia in the world."

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"Gardenia jasminoides 'Aimee' is prized for its large, highly fragrant blooms."

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"According to Missouri Botanical Garden, the double flowering variety of gardenia genus produces the most overpowering fragrance."

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"The double forms of Gardenias are usually the most fragrant but have fewer flowers than the single forms."

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"Gardenia Tahitensis, also known as Tiare Flower, is most fragrant at night."

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"Gardenia jasminoides 'Kleim's Hardy' can survive much colder climates but aren't as fragrant as other varieties."

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