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T.D.
Sweet summer

I live in North Carolina just between the foothills of the mountains and the city. I am fortunate to live near wooded area and natural native plants. I have never smelled anything like Woodland Fern (in a fragrance oil) until after I went for a walk and got a whiff of "dew/humidity" off the grass and trees near me. (It has been raining a lot here, so the smell of the earth and plants are kind of damp and then there's the heat!) I immediately had thought of the scent from the bottle sniffer! It really captures the smell of earth and ferns. It has a sophisticated after note which makes it intriguing. This would make a great 'Mountain Hike' scent if you will.

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Diana Sichta
Definitely Green

If you’re looking for a green scent, this is it. It’s not flowery at all. It is more like walking into a greenhouse. It even reminded me of the “green section” of the grocery store. I like it as a stand alone. Lots of possibilities for blending, too.

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Courtney Blankenship
Fantastic

I love this scent. Actually blended with Hay and it was spectacular

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Cassandra S.
Greenhouse

This reminds of a tropical greenhouse. It is definitely very green, I am also detecting a slight fruitiness too.

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Luna
Garden

This is a very pretty green scent -- not necessarily the typical forest kind of fragrance, but kind of reminds me of going to one of those domed, humid indoor rainforest gardens with tropical birds and butterflies at the zoo or a theme park. I like that about it because it's something different rather than just a bouquet of flowers in your face. The fragrance is a nice balance, neither too bitter green, cloyingly sweet, or too flowery. Mixes very well with other outdoor and earthy fragrances and will elevate them without losing it's unique quality. In coconut-soy candles, it hits a medium-throw on it's own, which seems fitting for it if you're just looking to invoke an experience. Beautiful, very under appreciated FO. You won't be disappointed with it.

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