Jasmine – Fragranced Room Spray
Collection: Oxford Botanic Garden
Jasmine is a popular climbing garden plant, known for its delicate scent, and for its many cultivars for summer and winter flowering. The plant’s cultivation dates back to antiquity, however its exact place of origin in Central Asia is not certain. Several cultivars have been developed over the years for use as ornamental garden plants, many with variegated foliage and double flowers. In fact double-flowered forms of Jasmine were treasured in the 16th and 17th centuries.
Top notes: Mandarin, Bergamot, Violet, Jasmine
Heart notes: Jasmine, Amber, Lily, Tuberose
Base notes: Leather, Tonka Bean, Moss, Musk