Are you looking for a garden-inspired perfume? Take an olfactory journey with our selection of the most delicious blooming perfumes. Floral, fresh, green, fruity, sweet: we’ve picked a lot of different options for you to try!
A lovely fresh green floral scent with the most prominent notes of pear and Lily of the Valley on a musky base. As it says, it feels like walking in a park in spring: there’re sweet fragrant flowers, lush greens, and blooming cherry blossoms around you. Suitable for every day and office as it’s pretty light and inoffensive.
A classy fresh floral scent: it smells just like freshly cut flowers stems. Very floral yet not quiet sweet as the green notes give it a bitter touch. Rose, Lily of the Valley and jasmine are the most prominent here.
Fresh, crisp and very green with a bit of sweetness: a mix of apple, pear, dewy grass and some floral notes. Wearing it feels like walking in an orchard after the morning rain with rose bushes and tall wet grass around you.
A spring blooming garden filled with tulips. It’s a simple yet beautiful soft fresh floral fragrance.
Unique and classy, uplifting and refreshing flowery sweet fragrance. It smells like being in a garden on a sunny summer day. The opening is very fresh (almost clean) and citrusy, with the most noticeable notes of lime and Lily of the Valley, drying down to soft white floral and lilac.
A beautiful mix of pear blossom, gardenia, jasmine and a bit of brown sugar. It smells like a sweet warm breeze on a summer evening. Overall, it’s a feminine fruity white floral scent with a gourmand touch.
A very realistic scent: it really smells like a wet garden or a flower shop. Besides being floral, it’s very green, grassy, aquatic and a little earthy and sweet.
A well blended, beautiful and complex mix of florals. The scent is very natural and realistic with the most noticeable note of hyacinth, combined with lily, some greens and a musky-amber base. It also has that unique French and vintage vibe: sweet, romantic and melancholic. The flowers here are rather dried flowers pressed in an old book than a fresh blooming garden.
This one is a petrichor dewy garden of white flowers, the smell of raindrops on petals. Aquatic, ozonic, fresh and wet-earthy with gardenia, jasmine, neroli, magnolia and bright green notes. Lemon and ginger in the top also make it a bit citrusy and spicy.
Lots and lots of white flowers: tuberose, jasmine, neroli and gardenia. Again, a very white floral blooming scent.
An English garden after rain. It’s fruity, sweet, floral and a bit citrusy. Imagine you’re having a plate of freshly cut pears in the lush garden filled with freesias, sweet peas, roses, geraniums, gardenias. That’s how it smells like!