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Daffodil in perfumery

The daffodil and its famous yellow petals

The daffodil belongs to the genus of narcissus flowers. There are different species. The real daffodil is cultivated in the region of Grasse, a Mediterranean town located in France and considered to be the world capital of perfumery. The yellow narcissus, meanwhile, is very present in the Vosges, Lorraine, the North and Franche-Comté. Its name is wrong and it is indeed a daffodil. Finally, the trumpet daffodil, on the other hand, comes from hybrid crosses. In the language of flowers, the daffodil is synonymous with the languor of love and desire. She expresses an expectation. However, it also contains other symbolism. It is the typical flower of Grandmother's Day which takes place in France in March. Likewise, she is the symbol of Wales. In Canada,the daffodil is the symbol of the canadian cancer society. It is a herbaceous plant whose flowers are yellow in color. Its leaves are reminiscent of those of rushes, hence its name. His country of origin is none other than Spain and it was not until 1596 to see the word daffodil appear in our dictionary. However, this species was only truly described in 1753 by the Swedish naturalist Carl Von Linné. Today, it is one of the most popular plants in our gardens, which especially comes to beautify our borders when spring arrives.His country of origin is none other than Spain and it was not until 1596 to see the word daffodil appear in our dictionary. However, this species was only truly described in 1753 by the Swedish naturalist Carl Von Linné. Today, it is one of the most popular plants in our gardens, which especially comes to beautify our borders when spring arrives.His country of origin is none other than Spain and it was not until 1596 to see the word daffodil appear in our dictionary. However, this species was only truly described in 1753 by the Swedish naturalist Carl Von Linné. Today, it is one of the most popular plants in our gardens, which especially comes to beautify our borders when spring arrives.

The flowery scent of daffodil

The daffodil is just as vibrant in visual terms as it is in smell. It is a plant from which it is possible to directly extract the concrete or the absolute in order to integrate it into perfumes. To do this, perfumers capture the scent of the daffodil by extracting its flowers with volatile solvents. Nevertheless, the use of daffodil remains quite expensive and its absolute is therefore exclusively reserved for prestigious perfumery.

In addition, know that the daffodil is present in the latest fragrant collection from Dolce & Gabbana and more particularly in Dolce Rosa and Dolce Floral Drops. Likewise, it appears in L'Eau du Printemps by the Artisan Parfumeur, as well as in Velvet Orchid by Tom Ford, Vol de Nuit by Guerlain or Poême by Lancôme. It thus makes it possible to create particularly feminine juices endowed with unparalleled spring freshness.

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