One of my favorite fragrant flowers is Tuberose.  A bulb flower that blooms at night and has nothing to do with roses.  They are surprisingly in the agave family.  Great for powder rooms and for those who are obsessed with the sweet complex fragrance the blossoms can be wired and added into corsages or made into lei’s–either single or double. The flower meaning for Tuberose’s during Victorian times was dangerous pleasure.  So smell at your own risk.

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