This was dug up from a friends compost pile this summer and is now just blooming. It has a very pleasant fragrance, the leaves are a medium green with a bit of red/burgundy where they attach at the stem. The flower buds are almost yellow at the tips. Could this possibly be 'Tara'? Thanks for any help!
Thanks kenboy and danasplants,
I had been looking online and had seen some photos of Tara and Elizabeth, and it seemed like the foliage on elizabeth was a lighter shade of green but still had the red/burgundy on the stems where the leaves attach. tara didn't seem to have these markings...so that's where my uncertainty comes from! I have read that tara does have fragrance but have not found anything about elizabeth having a fragrance. So I will go with tara and again, thanks!
Lindsey, I'm pretty sure your beautiful flower is NOT Tara. The placement of flowers on Tara is very symetrical. I'm posting a picture of H Coccinium, which is shaped like Tara. In fact, they are so similar, I don't know the difference in it and Tara. However, you can see that your flower is not placed on the stalk in the same order as my plant that is similar to Tara.