Here are a few plants that are blooming with some amount of fragrance in my garden None are wafting fragrance so must be smelled up close. A little known charmer with kind of erratic branch structure is Lonicera syringantha, flowers resembling lilacs. The light lavender flowers are tubular and in small clusters. The fragrance is very nice though a little faint on a wet day.
It's a good thing they only call these "Mock Orange" because their fragrance can't compare with actual orange blossoms, which can waft their beautiful scent quite a distance.
But the winner in my garden is the wild False Solomon's Seal, Smilacina racemosa, with an exquisite scent worthy of a great perfume. It is a scent that seems to overwhelm the senses. While they are blooming, assuming the deer leave them alone or I put wire around them, I try to make a daily pilgrimage to delight in sniffing them.
Over time they make delightful clumps.
Second prize would go to Daphne odora but it is not blooming yet this year. It has a vibrant scent as well.
So, what is your favorite fragrant flower blooming now?