The gardens are heavily laden with an almost overwhelming blend of scents. Constellations of Pittosporum undulatum blooms sparkle in the canopy above, pouring out thick, sweet perfume. Clouds of Jasminum polyanthum float through trellises and archways, tilting tiny torpedoes skyward. Burgeoning Wisteria sinensis unfurls its delicate festoons for the coming Spring festivities. Prunus persica is just starting to pop, while an assortment of early-bird Narcissus wonder what’s been taking everyone so long to show up to the party. All the while, Osmanthus fragrans continues holding its peaches and cream notes over from Autumn.