After all the rearranging in my front yard, I still have one tuberose left, which has risen proudly on its 3+ foot stalk each July for the last several years.
The blossoms are like little trumpets, and they have such a wonderful scent. It's sort of like jasmine, but not. I know that doesn't make sense, but that's the only way I can describe it.
There are so many buds, and they don't all open at once. That helps to prolong the fragrance for several weeks.
This picture was taken over a week ago, and the flower is still blooming. Its stalk is quite tall; almost four feet, and does need help staying straight.