Scentsation is defined as an outstanding use of fragrance in applications other than perfume and cologne. It is said to be coined by PerfumeCulture as a scent and trend agency. It has since made its way into the naming of flowers. Here are a few.
I mistakenly bought Honeysuckle "Scentsation." It was a lucky error. I thought I'd purchased Paul's Scarlett, but the blooms were not pink - they were yellow. I had thought I might have one of the invasive Japanese Honeysuckles. Instead these were blossoms that lasted from mid-spring to late summer and has strong fragrance. What are the notes in honeysuckle? It is considered fruity and warm with hints of honey and ripe citrus.
There is a petunia that has been hybridized to have its fragrance back - just as roses lost and got back their beautiful scent via David Austin. What is the fragrance in this blue Petunia "Evening Scentsation"? It is described as having notes of hyacinth, sweet honey and rose and is stronger in the evening.
There is a series of miniature roses in the "Scentsational" series. "Overnight Scentsation" journeyed to space to aid in studies about the effects of low gravity on the smell of roses. "Moonlight Sensation" is another one.
What about finding the Camellia "Sweet Scentsation". I would need to go to warmer areas of the U.S. for this.
We know that Evening Scented Stock (Matthiola bicornis) is night-scented. It has a series named "Starlight Scentsation". This is a flower with strong notes of cloves and cinnamon. Others have nutmeg and vanilla scent.
And there is a Tuberous Begonia that has the name Scentsation - it is a Blackmore & Langdon variety. Many of the scented begonias smell like roses.
Many people don't realize the Cyclamen is a scented flower - they also have a Scentsation Series. It isi considered light floral, clean, fresh, and slightly mysterious.
And there is a Nicotiana alata mix "Scentsation" - it comes in pinks, purples and whites - that's interesting to me. I will definitely find this one for this year's garden. The scent is considered similar to Jasmine.