Spring Has Sprung with Lily-flame!
A month into Spring and the weather is finally starting to warm up. The flowers are starting to blossom and grow, filling our garden with the heady fragrances of spring. Fill your home with the sumptuous Spring scents with Lily-flames home fragrance seasonal collection.
The Spring Time Candle from the nation's number one scented candle maker Lily-flame; we've stocked this candle every Spring for the last couple of years and it never fails to be popular with you all! It has an evocative fragrance that reminds you of a field full of flowers; Lily-flame candles are known for their strong scent too even when they're burning so your house can smell like Spring everyday!
We now also stock the new Secret Garden Diffuser and Secret Garden Candle Jar, along with the Secret Garden Candle. This sophisticated floral scent; the spring like freshness is combined with Lily, hints of mossy green and a peachy Jasmine accent. A glass jar of essential oil and reed sticks presented in a tin, Lily-flame Diffusers allow you to enjoy up to three months of fragrance.
Mellow Figs and Garden Mint scented candle tin from Lily-flame who combine yummy scents, bold designs and smile-inducing names. This candle is just as it says! Mellow with underlying notes of fig and top notes of just the right amount of mint leaf - it's cosy and rounded. Enjoy up to 35 hours of delightful fragrance with this or another of the many Lily-flame candle tins.
The Daisy Dip fragrance is a light floral scent; it has base notes of Soft Woods and Musk, middle notes of Geranium and Ylang Ylang and top notes of Violet - it's inspired by where Lily-flame's founder Jo used to play as a girl. Hand poured into a glass jar and finished with a pale yellow paper sticker titled 'Daisy Dip (In a Faraway Field)' in shimmering pink text.
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