Introducing Wild Flowers & Weeds from Jo Malone, a collection of five limited edition scents inspired by the unruly weeds and wildly-wonderful plants and flowers that line the banks of a winding river.
Surprising concoctions, breaking through the cracks with no rhyme or reason.
Each one a unique Mother’s Day gift for the woman who knows her mind (and her scents). Each Cologne is presented in a decorative bottle, finished with an illustration inspired by the key ingredients of the scent. For an extra-special gift, customers can purchase two Colognes, or the full collection, and have them beautifully-boxed in a matching keepsake tin (as seen below).
A fragrant voyage along a winding river – Available nationwide now
RRP £49 for each decorative 30ml Cologne
Matching Keepsake tins with a purchase of either two or five Colognes
Five limited edition scents, inspired by the unruly weeds and wildly-wonderful plants and flowers that line its banks.
– Jo Malone Nettle & Wild Achillea: The tangy sting of nettle, peeking through pavement cracks and entwined with wild, white achillea flower. Sparkling with bright bergamot, the greenness softened by a soft base of white musk.
– Jo Malone Willow & Amber: The expressive weeping willow, gently draping across the fresh morning water. Captured in the woody pairing of cashmere wood and smoky vetiver, enhanced by softly sensual amber.
– Jo Malone Cade & Cedarwood: The smouldering embers of a wood-burning stove at nightfall. Basking in the warm and comforting glow of cade – its smoky scent mingled with cedarwood and complemented by a mouth-watering hint of sensual vanilla.
– Jo Malone Hemlock & Bergamot: Hemlock’s powdery petals, brightened with bergamot. A deadly, yet unexpectedly delicate flower. Illuminated with golden mimosa and a floral flourish of heliotrope. Crisp and modern with a bite of cucumber.
– Jo Malone Lupin & Patchouli: Reminiscent of canal banks, awash with colour. A rainbow of lupin flowers, enriched by luxurious rose and deepened with rebellious patchouli. A surprising contrast with the fresh vibrancy of mandarin.