The scentual garden : exploring the world of botanical fragrance
"In The Scentual Garden, Ken Druse offers a complete and wholly original survey of fragrant plants for gardeners. He points out that we have a rich vocabulary for describing the forms and colors of plants but are impoverished when it comes to smell. Working with perfumers' classifications, Druse developed twelve master scent categories that range from floral and fruity to balsamic and medicinal. Druse also explains how and why plants produce fragrances, how our sense of smell works, how perfumers capture floral scents, how plants "communicate" with each other, and even how to smell plants. He also offers suggestions for bringing fragrance into gardens, from making paths that offer a sequence of sensory experiences to night gardens that come alive with fragrance."-- book jacket
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|Location||Call Number /
|Wadsworth Library - Geneseo||635.96 DRU (Text)