In the language of flowers, the wild rose symbolizes poetry. Its porcelain pink flower buds appear like a mirage of beauty in the middle of brambles and undergrowth. It is the ancestor of the wild rose in our civilized gardens. Also called "dog rose", it grows naturally in our forests since Antiquity.
The grace and subtlety of Wild rose are revealed in a fruity top note of tangerine, blackcurrant and litchee, while the heart of Wild rose, layered with rose and raspberry absolute, is enveloped in a base of white amber, musk and Virginia cedar.
Fragonard Eglantine is available in 50 ml Eau de Toilette, and in matching bath, body and home fragrance products.