Charles Farris 3 Wick Garden Of Eden Scented Candle- Tuberose, Jasmine and Ylang Ylang

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Tuberose, Jasmine and Ylang Ylang

Although you will find all sorts of flowers in candles, perfumes, or reed diffusers, none are quite as ubiquitous as white flowers. This can be in the form of jasmine, tuberose, neroli, or any number of familiar ingredients you’ll commonly see used in luxury scented candles.

There are a few reasons for this. White flowers are simply stronger than their colourful counterparts. They lack the eye-catching brightness common in most flowers, so they can’t rely on insects finding them visually during the day in order to pollinate them. These flowers bloom powerfully in the nighttime, where their white petals stand out strikingly - especially in moonlight! White flowers then attract nighttime pollinators, such as moths.

 This natural potency is certainly a boon to the fragrance industry. White flowers are not only powerful, but have a distinctive musky quality you won’t commonly find in other flowers. Even if you aren’t sure of the variety of flower, you’ll often still be able to tell that a particular fragrance has white flowers.

Garden of Eden Signature Scented Candle is composed of a blossoming garden scent of tuberose and lily of the valley, blended with fragrant jasmine and ylang. A deep, luxurious twist on the scents of the English cottage garden.

Charles Farris scented candles are wrapped in beautiful textured glass and hand-poured in England for a slow, even burn, and made using only the highest quality ingredients.

Top: Orange, Coconut, Citrus

Middle: Jasmine, Ylang Ylang, Neroli, Orange Flower

Base: Tuberose, Cloves

Details: Burns for up to 80 hours.


Amazing customer service, and an amazing product to match. Our family loved it & the message inside. Thank you, and in particular many thanks to Corin.

Ethan Pinnock

Placed an order on Monday and received it today, smells amazing too! Thank you so much

Joanne Bazeley