There are five limited edition scents, all with decorated bottles, inspired by wild seeded river banks where flowers and weeds grow side by side. The other fragrances are Nettle & Wild Achillea, Willow & Amber, Cade & Cedarwood and Hemlock & Bergamot. It’s easy to forget what riverside walks smell like, particularly if you live in a city, but they’re alive with wet, green, vegetal scents – not all good, although I’ve learned to love the smell of wild garlic over the years. Lupin & Patchouli is predominantly patchouli with soft flower notes representing lupins – it’s a gentle fragrance that conjours the verdant, grassy, nature notes that you can easily find walking about rural areas. I like it, without loving it, and it feels close to the inspiration of the collection. Wild Flowers & Weeds launches in March and the 30ml bottles are £49 each.
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