Rambling honeysuckle blooms accented with notes of hyacinth, jasmine and fresh oak top notes.
In addition to being used as a cut flower in bouquets, baskets and potpourri, honeysuckle has long been associated with superstition. During the Victorian era in Great Britain, honeysuckle flowers were often grown in gardens and around the doors of homes to ward off witches and evil spirits. It was also thought to cause pleasant dreams and enhance mood when placed under a pillow. Today, honeysuckle is often used in herbal and aromatherapy pillows. Honeysuckle, sometimes referred to as woodbine, has also been frequently mentioned in classic British literature. Both William Shakespeare and Geoffrey Chaucer refer to the honeysuckle plant in “Twelfth Night,” “A Midsummer Night’s Dream” and “The Canterbury Tales.”
We carry Honeysuckle potpourri, refresher oils, room sprays, and sachets.
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