I love plants that do wonderful things at unexpected times of the year. Osmanthus is just such a plant, producing clusters of intensely fragrant flowers in late autumn – usually October and into November, when the rest of the garden is winding down for the season.They’re such great plants that I just can’t figure out why more people don’t plant them! Also known as sweet olive (O. fragrans ) or sweet holly (O. heterophyllus ), Os...

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