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New Home Scent Collection from Smith & Hawken

November 30, -0001

Smith & Hawken’s new home scent collection was created by award-winning designers, master perfumers and avid gardeners who specialize in fragrances connected to nature. “Our goal was to bring the true scents of the garden to the indoors,” said Jennifer Sypeck, director of trend and product development for Smith & Hawken. Scents include Paperwhite (a blend of newly forced paperwhite bulbs with a hint of natural citrus and fresh rain), Anjou Pear, Honeysuckle Jasmine and French Lavender (a clean aromatic scent). The collection includes hand wash, candles, potpourri and diffusers.

More info: www.smithandhawken.com
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