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Confederate Jasmine. adapted to Texas heat. good climber and extremely fragrant blooms. use to cover shed and mask smell of compost.

Love the smell: Trachelospermum jasminoides

Michelia figo 'Portwine' Excellent fragrant evergreen shrub, specimen or hedging, not for pool shed hedge though

Dwarf Andromeda with fragrant white flowers in the spring. Evergreen shrub that requires a moist, acid soil. Compact form that flowers heavily. Suitable for smaller landscapes.

Lavender hedges maybe along drive

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Solanum laxum 'Album' (syn Solanum jasminoides 'Album') This fast growing evergreen climber bears clusters of white flowers with a yellow beak from summer through to December.

Pagoda Dogwood: A beautiful tree with branching that can create a layered or tiered appearance. Produces clusters of fragrant white flowers in late summer, which are followed by purplish-black berries. Green summer foliage picks up purplish tones in the fall.

In Villanova, Pennsylvania, designer John Shandra of Gale Nurseries created an avenue of sheared European hornbeams.

The Japanese Snowbell is a medium-sized ornamental tree that is much in demand.  It has fragrant small white bell-shaped flowers in early Summer, and beautiful yellow Fall color.  The Japanese Snowbell likes full or partial sun, and is acid soil tolerant.

Otto Luyken Laurel: Foliage is evergreen with no fall color. Tiny, cup-shaped, creamy white flowers in upright clusters (racemes to 5” long) bloom from the leaf axils in April-May. Flowers have a powerful aroma. Flowers give way to somewhat inconspicuous black drupes that ripen in mid-summer. This fruit is basically inedible for humans (bitter aftertaste) but is loved by local bird populations