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scent sciences - flowers - blogHere in Great Britain, the seasons are certainly turning, and in the southern parts of our Isles, it would seem that the weather is positively balmy and spring-like. Here in the north, our days are brightened by early flowers, as we await the arrival of warmer weather! In this blog post, I would like to talk about the scents of three spring flowers – what they meant to our ancestors and their…

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rocksta:

I don’t exactly remember every smell at the moment, 

but there re some scents that evoke certain emotions

and set me at ease. I’ll just be walking by 

a place and a scent will waft by and 

instantly my senses evoke a past memory.

Source: rocksta
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