(1) Consider a blooming bonsai, bougainvillea, daylily, or gardenia , or a citrus tree such as ├ö├ç├┐Clementine├ö├ç├û tangerine, ├ö├ç├┐Improved Meyer├ö├ç├û lemon, or kumquat.(2) Much easier to grow than a gardenia , its fragrance is gentle and increases at night.(3) Fill some of the containers in your entry with scented bedding plants like dianthus or stock, aromatic evergreens like rosemary and lavender, or fragrant shrubs like gardenia .(4) You also might consider a gardenia , white-flowering duranta, white datura (can trigger allergy) and ├ö├ç├┐Ducher,├ö├ç├û an antique white rose, for sun.(5) Violet-blue primroses and gardenias skirt a fountain in a smaller circular garden near the front door.(6) They prefer a slightly acidic environment so make ideal companion plants for azaleas, camellias and gardenias .(7) Experts say coffee grounds help acidify the soil and can be beneficial in beds with plants such as azaleas and gardenias .(8) Trees with white gardenias were planted as decoration in some areas to give the courtyard a more appealing atmosphere, rather than all of it being just stone and rock.(9) If foliage of azaleas, camellias, citrus, gardenias , and others is yellowish with green veins, the plants need iron.(10) If foliage on azaleas, camellias, citrus, and gardenias is yellowish with green veins, the plants need iron.(11) Ornamental specimens such as cordylines, duranta, gardenias , grevilleas, hibiscus, ixora and oleander should be gently contained within reasonable bounds during their flowering periods, and given a harder prune later in the season.(12) In summer and autumn gardenias , hibiscus, hydrangeas and ixoras are versatile enough to cope with both sun and shade.(13) Without regard to the season, flowers bloom year long, with excellent varieties of roses, bird of paradise, geraniums, azaleas, camellias, and gardenias .(14) If you think about it, orchids, gardenias , heliconias, Birds of Paradise, and plumerias are all lovely additions to gardens in tropical areas.(15) Yellowing, twisted foliage with tiny webs appears on susceptible species including gardenias , scheffleras, ivy, and roses.(16) To avoid infestations, shipments of fragrant, creamy-white gardenias from Hawaii to the U.S. mainland have been banned since 1948.