Read on to discover the names of these chocolate scented flowers.

Let?s take a look at some of the prettiest chocolate-scented flowers around! Remember, some of these beauties are edible too!
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1. Carolina Allspice

Carolina Allspice
Carolina Allspice is a southeastern native shrub that blooms spring through summer and turns a brilliant gold in the fall. Also known as sweet shrub, Carolina Allspice thrives in USDA zones 4-9 and grows to be, on average, 8 feet tall and up to 12 feet wide.
The bark, leaves, and blooms give off a spicy, fruity, and chocolatey scent that many people find very attractive. If you choose to buy one of these plants, find one that is in bloom so you can ensure you get one with the popular fragrance.
Plant Carolina Allspice in the spring or fall in well-drained soil. They love full or partial sun, and you do not need to fertilize the plant every year. This is a great plant to add to a garden where deer are a problem, as they are repellent to pests.

2. Chocolate Cosmos

Chocolate cosmos

Chocolate Cosmos, or Cosmos atrosanguineus, is a native of Mexico, although it is now extinct in the wild. The plant only survives through cultivation, and produces no viable seeds. Instead, it is propagated by the division of its tubers.
The lovely dark red to maroon flowers have a light chocolatey scent, and enjoy full or partial sun. The Chocolate Cosmos blooms from mid to late summer, and does best in zones 6-11, as it is frost-sensitive.
If you are in a temperate zone, the tubers should be dug up and stored in a frost-free store over the winter.

3. Chocolate Flower

Chocolate Flower

Berlandiera lyrata, or the chocolate-scented daisy, is a quarter-sized vibrant yellow daisy with striking red undersides. It?s renowned for having one of the best chocolate scents for gardens.
The small plant makes for great informal edging, but is most fragrant in groups. The flower is native to the southwest, and blooms during the night.
The herbaceous perennial can grow up to 2 feet tall. For the best blooms, water regularly, although the plant is drought resistant once established in your garden.

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