Behold Beautiful Botanicals
Once upon a time, potpourri was an aromatic melding of spring’s dried herbs, summer’s dried fruits and autumn’s spices used to fragrance French homes. Layered with coarse sea salt, it was placed in a special container to sweeten living chambers.
Fast forward to the 1980s, when potpourri (“poh-pohr-REE”) became something, well, not quite as botanical. It was an era when scents often had an artificial air and the nobbly bits resembled gerbil mulch.
At Thymes, we’re committed to providing the highest-quality home fragrance experience. Naturally, that means offering exquisite, authentic potpourri. Two collections—Wildwood and Frasier Fir—contain beautifully packaged assortments of hand-picked botanicals, such as pods, pinecones, handmade flowers, dried fruits and exotic sculptural carriers of Thymes' long-lasting fragrance.
This season, our potpourri options are even more appealing. Redesigned to highlight the individual character of Frasier Fir or Wildwood’s three fragrances—Bitter Orange & Cedar, Blue Spruce & Elderberry, and Brandied Pumpkin & Chestnut—each has its own look, texture and personality. Arranged in a favorite container, the potpourri not only enhances the aroma of your home, but it also lends visual interest to an entryway, bathroom, living room or quiet retreat.
Plus, Thymes potpourri comes packaged ready for giving, making for a handy, and thoughtful, holiday gift.
One of the features we love best about potpourri is its ability to throw long-lasting fragrance.
One of the features we love best about potpourri is its ability to throw long-lasting fragrance. Because the ingredients are found in nature, they gradually release scent with every breeze and air current. They can also be inserted into sachets, then tucked into linens or closets. When at last the fragrance level begins to wane, it can be easily freshened with Thymes refresher oils.
Potpourri is truly an eco-friendly air freshener that makes a fresh alternative to plug-in deodorizers or room sprays. It’s time to look at the benefits of potpourri with a new eye—and nose.
To find out what the French have known for centuries, check out Thymes potpourri at your local specialty retailer or thymes.com. It’s a gift that satisfies beaucoup senses.
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