“Secondly, the Danish gardener, who grew up in Sweden and spent her summers in Norway, and has had a passion for gardening since early childhood. She helps us understand the theme, what grows there and when, and – more often than not – we go visit.
Our Copenhagen garden is also a constant source of experimentation and inspiration with more than one hundred and fifty rose varieties growing alongside a cornucopia of temperate flora, and a special new section reserved for growing scented Nordic wildflowers from seeds.”
They call their fragrances ‘chapters’, and each chapter has its own graphic symbol, many of which can be found inside their pattern motif: the evergreen forests, the maritime history, the long summer days, the cold winters, the cosiness, the love, the Nordic flags, the unusual letters in the Scandinavian alphabets…
In essence, their pattern motif tells the story of Scandinavia and each symbol represents one of those chapters.