Intensely fragrant shrub?

Hi all.
I'm looking for a smallish, highly fragrant flowering shrub. I'd like a pair of them. One will be in a semi-shaded location, one will be in full sun.
Zone 7b / 8a (South Carolina).
While I adore them, gardenias don't like me.
Any other suggestions?
Donna
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Me wrote:

What is it you mean when you say "smallish?" There are several smaller shrub roses available with a variety of fragrances, on their own root stock and a cinch to take care of. Consider some of those.
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I have a fence on one side of my back yard, that has Star Jasmine planted all over it. Currently, it is blooming, and it's providing a wonderful fragrance.
You might consider that. It seems to be thriving in sun and shade. . .It has small blossoms.
Myrl Jeffcoat http://www.myrljeffcoat.com
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How about a Daphne bush. They can be grown in pots and in the spring the fragrance from there is out of this world. I have two by my back door and they fill the whole house with a wonderful smell.
By the way I live in New Zealand but I'm sure they can still be got all over the world.
Best of Luck Jules
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On Wed, 17 May 2006 00:36:37 GMT

Donna, how about a Philadelphus? I've always found it to be one of the most fragrant shrubs. Very easy, and there are lots of cultivars in varying sizes and flower types.
Daphne is beautiful but can be a little tricky for dieback.
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Me said:

Clethra alnifolia 'Hummingbird' (common name sweet pepper bush or summersweet) is a dwarf cultivar. Very lovely scent, when in bloom.
http://www.bluestoneperennials.com/b/bp/CLHUP.html
My Clethra grows in a fairly shady area near a gutter downspout.
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Ain't gonna work. One plant in full sun and the other in semi-shade. Nope.
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senns casmoidedes! (No photo, sorry - try google) They do great here in Z10 - I don't know enough about your Zone. They are messy, but are covered with beautifully fragrant brightyellow blossoms.Good luck!
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