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What Does Fig Smell Like?

Figs, one of the earliest plants cultivated by humans, offer a sensory experience that is both rich and evocative. The Ficus carica, sycomorus, and palmata are small deciduous trees with large lobed…

7 Fresh Floral Fragrances to Uplift Your Home This Spring

From pansies and peonies to magnolia and marigolds, spring blooms are a welcome sight after a long winter. Bring the beauty of spring from the outdoors into your home this spring with…

What Does Basil Smell Like?

Basil, with its verdant leaves and aromatic presence, is a staple in the tapestry of culinary herbs, and it belongs to the mint family, Lamiaceae. Most commonly, the sweet basil (Ocimum basilicum)…

A Fragrant Feast: How LAFCO Can Complement Your Holiday Dinner

Fragrance isn’t just about pleasant scents, it’s a sensory journey that can stir feelings and memories, closely intertwined with how we perceive taste. The simple truth is that the joy of savoring…

What Does Musk Smell Like?

The term musk originally referred to a natural pheromone-heavy substance secreted by male Tibetan musk deer (genus Moschus), used to mark their territory. While the term is still used in this way,…

What Does Neroli Smell Like?

Neroli is the name given to the fragrance oil extracted from the delicate white blossoms produced by bitter orange trees. The bitter orange tree is an evergreen species widely cultivated in France…

What Does Eucalyptus Smell Like?

Eucalyptus: it’s a word that often conjures images of towering trees, koalas, and the rugged landscapes of Australia. But what does it actually smell like? This versatile plant, part of a genus…


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