THREE SHOUTS OF: : : : : JOY by JEAN PATOU (1930) + ODE by GUERLAIN (1955) + SNOB by LE GALION ( 1952)
Filed under Flowers, Jasmine
Tagged as Guerlain Ode Review, Jean Patou Joy Review, Le Galion Snob Review
Look who’s back! My old friend Joy. It’s still a staple in my wardrobe. I still love it and probably always will. 🙂 We’ve just planted something called Confederate Jasmine, which I’ve learned is not “true” jasmine but smells deliciously jasminy supposedly aND has creamy white pin wheel blossoms. I can’t wait for it to grow and bloom so I can drink in its gorgeous scent.
Thank you. 🙂
Let me know how it smells when it flowers!
I most certainly will. I don’t have as great a way with words at scent description as you do but I’ll do my best.
Confederate jasmine is wonderful! I have great swaths of it in my garden; the scent carries on the air. Enjoy yours!
Thank you! I’ve planted it where it will grow up the front of our wooden deck and spill over the rails – though that will take time.
It will probably take less time than you think! Mine started out slowly then rampaged. In the loveliest way, of course!
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