After failing to keep a sickly yellow hibiscus alive, even after transplanting and extra special care, the Boy and I found a Jasmine tree we loved. The Boy calls it our "Honey Tree" because while picking one out it was covered in honey bees. It attracts honey bees and butterflies, which we love to have in the garden. I cannot describe the scent with words, but I'm sure it is a focal scent in a quite a few perfumes out there. It is planted between our Loquat tree and the lone surviving yellow hibiscus. It's gardening time here, and I have a lot of pictures to show. I'm also trying to keep my gardening bug in check!