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  • Holly – Fragranced Candle

    Collection: Oxford Botanic Garden

    Fragrance: Holly
    Holly is synonymous with Christmas today but in fact the tree has a long and colourful history of folklore and use. Once considered to be sacred because of its immortal, evergreen leaves, it was also regarded as a plant of protection against evil spirits. Its attractive glossy dark green leaves and colourful (though poisonous) red berries were brought indoors to lift people’s spirits in winter, The flowers of the holly are tiny, pale pink on the outside, and white within.The berries only appear on female trees, and it is said that if a holly tree fruits well one year, it will rest the following winter.

    Top notes:   Cassis, Blueberry, Orange Zest
    Heart notes:   Clove Bud, Cinnamon Leaf
    Base notes:   Amber, Vanilla, Spice

    £22.95 Add to basket
  • Holly – Fragranced Diffuser

    Collection: Oxford Botanic Garden

    Fragrance: Holly
    Holly is synonymous with Christmas today but in fact the tree has a long and colourful history of folklore and use. Once considered to be sacred because of its immortal, evergreen leaves, it was also regarded as a plant of protection against evil spirits. Its attractive glossy dark green leaves and colourful (though poisonous) red berries were brought indoors to lift people’s spirits in winter, The flowers of the holly are tiny, pale pink on the outside, and white within.The berries only appear on female trees, and it is said that if a holly tree fruits well one year, it will rest the following winter.

    Top notes:   Cassis, Blueberry, Orange Zest
    Heart notes:   Clove Bud, Cinnamon Leaf
    Base notes:   Amber, Vanilla, Spice

    £19.95 Add to basket
  • Holly – Fragranced Room Spray

    Collection: Oxford Botanic Garden

    Fragrance: Holly
    Holly is synonymous with Christmas today but in fact the tree has a long and colourful history of folklore and use. Once considered to be sacred because of its immortal, evergreen leaves, it was also regarded as a plant of protection against evil spirits. Its attractive glossy dark green leaves and colourful (though poisonous) red berries were brought indoors to lift people’s spirits in winter, The flowers of the holly are tiny, pale pink on the outside, and white within.The berries only appear on female trees, and it is said that if a holly tree fruits well one year, it will rest the following winter.

    Top notes:   Cassis, Blueberry, Orange Zest
    Heart notes:   Clove Bud, Cinnamon Leaf
    Base notes:   Amber, Vanilla, Spice

    £8.95 Add to basket
  • Holly – Tin Candle

    Collection: Oxford Botanic Garden

    Fragrance: Holly
    Holly is synonymous with Christmas today but in fact the tree has a long and colourful history of folklore and use. Once considered to be sacred because of its immortal, evergreen leaves, it was also regarded as a plant of protection against evil spirits. Its attractive glossy dark green leaves and colourful (though poisonous) red berries were brought indoors to lift people’s spirits in winter, The flowers of the holly are tiny, pale pink on the outside, and white within.The berries only appear on female trees, and it is said that if a holly tree fruits well one year, it will rest the following winter.

    Top notes:   Cassis, Blueberry, Orange Zest
    Heart notes:   Clove Bud, Cinnamon Leaf
    Base notes:   Amber, Vanilla, Spice

    £14.95 Add to basket
  • Neroli – Fragranced Candle

    Collection: Oxford Botanic Garden Christmas

    Fragrance: Neroli
    Neroli is an essential oil derived from the blossom of the bitter orange. It has an exotic yet sweet, light and subtly spicy fragrance, with a hint of lemon. The beautiful white blossoms of bitter orange trees appear in the springtime, and fill the air with their sweet, heady perfume among the Mediterranean groves and orchards where they are commonly grown. In fact the aromas of citrus have been known of and used for centuries, and are still used widely to this day. Historically neroli was mixed with other pungent smells such as lavender, bergamot, lemon and rosemary to produce botanical perfumes.

    Top notes:   Orange, Cinnamon, Clove, Red Apples
    Heart notes:   Mandarin, Berries
    Base notes:   Musks, Sandalwood, Vanilla

    £22.95 Add to basket
  • Neroli – Fragranced Diffuser

    Collection: Oxford Botanic Garden Christmas

    Fragrance: Neroli
    Neroli is an essential oil derived from the blossom of the bitter orange. It has an exotic yet sweet, light and subtly spicy fragrance, with a hint of lemon. The beautiful white blossoms of bitter orange trees appear in the springtime, and fill the air with their sweet, heady perfume among the Mediterranean groves and orchards where they are commonly grown. In fact the aromas of citrus have been known of and used for centuries, and are still used widely to this day. Historically neroli was mixed with other pungent smells such as lavender, bergamot, lemon and rosemary to produce botanical perfumes.

    Top notes:   Orange, Cinnamon, Clove, Red Apples
    Heart notes:   Mandarin, Berries
    Base notes:   Musks, Sandalwood, Vanilla

    £19.95 Add to basket
  • Neroli – Fragranced Room Spray

    Collection: Oxford Botanic Garden Christmas

    Fragrance: Neroli
    Neroli is an essential oil derived from the blossom of the bitter orange. It has an exotic yet sweet, light and subtly spicy fragrance, with a hint of lemon. The beautiful white blossoms of bitter orange trees appear in the springtime, and fill the air with their sweet, heady perfume among the Mediterranean groves and orchards where they are commonly grown. In fact the aromas of citrus have been known of and used for centuries, and are still used widely to this day. Historically neroli was mixed with other pungent smells such as lavender, bergamot, lemon and rosemary to produce botanical perfumes.

    Top notes:   Orange, Cinnamon, Clove, Red Apples
    Heart notes:   Mandarin, Berries
    Base notes:   Musks, Sandalwood, Vanilla

    £8.95 Add to basket
  • Neroli – Tin Candle

    Collection: Oxford Botanic Garden Christmas

    Fragrance: Neroli
    Neroli is an essential oil derived from the blossom of the bitter orange. It has an exotic yet sweet, light and subtly spicy fragrance, with a hint of lemon. The beautiful white blossoms of bitter orange trees appear in the springtime, and fill the air with their sweet, heady perfume among the Mediterranean groves and orchards where they are commonly grown. In fact the aromas of citrus have been known of and used for centuries, and are still used widely to this day. Historically neroli was mixed with other pungent smells such as lavender, bergamot, lemon and rosemary to produce botanical perfumes.

    Top notes:   Orange, Cinnamon, Clove, Red Apples
    Heart notes:   Mandarin, Berries
    Base notes:   Musks, Sandalwood, Vanilla

    £14.95 Add to basket
  • Rose – Fragranced Candle

    Collection: Oxford Botanic Garden Christmas

    Fragrance: Rose
    Roses are among the most widely cultivatedand well-loved garden plants and evocatively-scented, wild roses are features of hedgerows and meadows. Ornamental roses have been cultivated for millennia, with the earliest known cultivation known to date from at least 500 BC in Mediterranean countries, Persia, and China. Before 1800, old-fashioned roses filled European gardens, bowers, literature, music and symbolism. Artists have found inspiration in the rose, forming associations with love and romance. The Dutch masters produced elaborate still-life portraits of vases of these fashionable flowers, and others, such as Pierre-Joseph Redouté, captured roses as objects of botanical beauty.

    Top notes:   Green Leaf, Rosebud, Mandarin
    Heart notes:   Rose, Lily, Clove
    Base notes:   Iris, Musk, Amber

    £22.95 Add to basket
  • Rose – Fragranced Diffuser

    Collection: Oxford Botanic Garden Christmas

    Fragrance: Rose
    Roses are among the most widely cultivatedand well-loved garden plants and evocatively-scented, wild roses are features of hedgerows and meadows. Ornamental roses have been cultivated for millennia, with the earliest known cultivation known to date from at least 500 BC in Mediterranean countries, Persia, and China. Before 1800, old-fashioned roses filled European gardens, bowers, literature, music and symbolism. Artists have found inspiration in the rose, forming associations with love and romance. The Dutch masters produced elaborate still-life portraits of vases of these fashionable flowers, and others, such as Pierre-Joseph Redouté, captured roses as objects of botanical beauty.

    Top notes:   Green Leaf, Rosebud, Mandarin
    Heart notes:   Rose, Lily, Clove
    Base notes:   Iris, Musk, Amber

    £19.95 Add to basket
  • Rose – Fragranced Room Spray

    Collection: Oxford Botanic Garden Christmas

    Fragrance: Rose
    Roses are among the most widely cultivatedand well-loved garden plants and evocatively-scented, wild roses are features of hedgerows and meadows. Ornamental roses have been cultivated for millennia, with the earliest known cultivation known to date from at least 500 BC in Mediterranean countries, Persia, and China. Before 1800, old-fashioned roses filled European gardens, bowers, literature, music and symbolism. Artists have found inspiration in the rose, forming associations with love and romance. The Dutch masters produced elaborate still-life portraits of vases of these fashionable flowers, and others, such as Pierre-Joseph Redouté, captured roses as objects of botanical beauty.

    Top notes:   Green Leaf, Rosebud, Mandarin
    Heart notes:   Rose, Lily, Clove
    Base notes:   Iris, Musk, Amber

    £8.95 Add to basket
  • Rose – Tin Candle

    Collection: Oxford Botanic Garden Christmas

    Fragrance: Rose
    Roses are among the most widely cultivatedand well-loved garden plants and evocatively-scented, wild roses are features of hedgerows and meadows. Ornamental roses have been cultivated for millennia, with the earliest known cultivation known to date from at least 500 BC in Mediterranean countries, Persia, and China. Before 1800, old-fashioned roses filled European gardens, bowers, literature, music and symbolism. Artists have found inspiration in the rose, forming associations with love and romance. The Dutch masters produced elaborate still-life portraits of vases of these fashionable flowers, and others, such as Pierre-Joseph Redouté, captured roses as objects of botanical beauty.

    Top notes:   Green Leaf, Rosebud, Mandarin
    Heart notes:   Rose, Lily, Clove
    Base notes:   Iris, Musk, Amber

    £14.95 Add to basket