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At the weekend market the farmers fill their stalls with green smells, earthy and extraordinary fruit and vegetables piled in a riot of color and shape.

Open jam jars whisper sweet nothings as you stroll by; massed bunches of flowers tumble their delicate scents into the air.

Everything is green and fresh and hurrahing in harvest.

Poem by Rawaan Alkhatib

Green Market

The Scent

A recent stroll through a Sunday market, with the scents of green produce. From bunches smells of herbs, to aromatic fruits, and the light stems and petals of fresh cut flowers.


Perfect for kitchens, window-sills, and for pretending to have a private garden.

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The Memories

“On the weekend I get up early to go and see the local produce at the farmer's market. I love to see what's in season. Throughout the year the colors, and scents change with the season.”

“There's a florist at the local market who sells just iris. They're exquisite. If you buy one, he spends a minute or two delicately wrapping it up before presenting you with the precious stem. It's such a treat.”

Key Notes

Basil: A green herbal note that contributes a freshness analogous to mints (in fact, basil is part of the greater mint family).

Garden Mint: A freshening aromatic classic, the cleaner side of a herb garden.

Water Hyacinth: A green floral that adds a watery aspect that is soft and relaxing.

Cilantro: An aromatic herb with orange facets on top with a spicy, woody-resinous, clay-like background note.

Cucumber: A fresh green note, that is lightly sweet and watery like dew in the morning.

Fig Leaves: Green, slightly bitter note, with a unique scent that brings to mind earth dust, shadow and foliage.

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