Le Langage Des Fleurs Collection Page
A symbol of femininity and grace, freesia is often used during wedding ceremonies. When offered in a bouquet, it embodies the pureness of a new friendship and invites a strengthening of the bonds.
This long, fragile flower is endemic to South Africa where it has grown for more than two thousand years and is referred to as Cape Town Lilies of the Valley. Just how and when it reached our shores remains a mystery.
Freesia does not yield fragrant molecules so the Nose must recreate its delicate, wholesome scent with accents of jasmine, bergamot and rosewood. It evokes the memory of a morning in springtime drenched in sunlight, the charm of a bouquet of fresh-picked flowers.