Honeysuckle – Fragranced Room Spray
Collection: Oxford Botanic Garden
Honeysuckles are vigorous, twining climbers, well known for the clusters of tubular, sweetly-scented flowers they produce in the summer months. The flowers are rich in nectar, and typically pollinated by moths and other night-flying insects. Honeysuckles have been used for a wide variety of medicinal purposes, and their sturdy stems used to make rope since the Bronze Age. Today, honeysuckles are grown for ornamental purposes, particularly for growing up walls, trellises and pergolas.
Top notes: Peach, Violet Leaf, Lily
Heart notes: Honeysuckle, Ylang, Peony
Base notes: Musk, Vanilla