Bursting with every imaginable floral note, this fragrance brings the beauty and splendor of an 18th century english garden into any home. Notes of lily, lilac, rose and hyacinth stand out in this must-have fragrance for floral lovers!
This fragrance oil is infused with natural essential oils, including Lavender, Bergamot and Ylang Ylang.Compatible with our Reed Diffuser Base up to 25%
Suggested Colors: Green, Purple, Yellow
See our complete list of candle making dyes.
|Usage||Candles & Bath/Body|
|Diffuser Base Compatible||Yes; up to 25%|
Submitted On 2014-12-09 Lisa
Can't keep this one in stock! At first I thought this was called English Ivy instead of English Garden. I made it a dark sage green. Everybody loved it and it's one of my biggest seller's year round. You suggest purples, interesting? I think I will try either a dark purple or a very very light purple because with Lilac and Lavender, it gets difficult to make a one of a kind candle. Love this.
Submitted On 2014-09-04 Cassie
I was not excited about this scent when buying it but I bought it because I know others like floral scents. I made this with the PILLAR SOY the other day and I WAS AMAZED at how wonderful this scent is. It is the perfect floral scent!!
I don't even like floral but this is my second favorite one I've purchased from Candle Science now. My super fav is CAMARELIZED PRALINES
Submitted On 2014-01-21 firstname.lastname@example.org
This is a super floral for sure. I can't really pinpoint a specific flower but it smells like you are walking through a very large flower garden with various types in it. This scent might not appeal to everyone because it is a bit of an old lady scent but if you are into florals you will definitely enjoy this one.
Submitted On 2013-06-30 Irishgirl
This scent is extremely strong-both hot and cold throws were great. However, it is one STRONG floral! A little overwhelming to me, but I'd rather have a scent be too strong instead of too weak. I definitely smell the lilac, and can say that people who like flower scents will probably enjoy this.
Submitted On 2013-01-27 Kristie
This is a very strong floral! Pleasant aroma and true to its description. I made tarts using soy 464 and candles using IGI 4627 and both were incredible hot and cold.
Submitted On 2011-10-21 Chris
I have been looking for a full medley of flowers fragrance and this is it - first candle to sell. So many scents and you get them all at different times.
Only ordered a sample next is 1lb.- Very strong ht & ct
Submitted On 2010-09-11 jana
Used in body products and reed diffusers. It is a rose garden with the addition of strong florals. This is for those who want big flower garden smell. Was a big hit at a wedding party for favors. was chosen by all ages.
Submitted On 2010-07-01 Roderic Rinehart
Strong throw, dead-on scent name, a worthy reorder.
Submitted On 2009-09-03 Charles Grantland
Very good scent. Very Floral. Used in Ecosoya PB for Tarts.
Submitted On 2009-03-26 Bethany
Ok, although I do like florals (from far away), they usually make me slightly nauseous after a short period of time, especially if they are strong. English Garden does not and it is most definitely STRONG. But, WOW! Really good.
Submitted On 2009-02-26 Kim Klarner
I used this scent in GB464 in 6oz jars and it has a fabulous complex aroma. The mixture is herbal and green with rose, lilac and lily of the valley coming through. I think lavender dye works well with this scent.
Submitted On 2008-12-05 V.K.
You can really smell the Lilly of The Valley and Lilac in this. Awsome scent throw hot and cold in GB464. My mom had this on a candle burner after it was to small for the wick to burn and ohhh myyy, did it smell up her house.
Submitted On 2008-04-15 Caitlin M
I absolutely love this floral scent and have had a wonderful response to it from my customers. It smells like a really strong heather mixed with some sweeter florals and greenery. It reminds me of a large candle companies "Country Heather" that they discontinued.
Submitted On 2008-01-10 Megan T.
This is very floral. I had two people tell me the exact same thing..."Smells like a funeral". That may discourage some, but that only means it is very floral. A heady one in my opinion.
Submitted On 2007-10-11 Cathy Crosby
I've never been in an English Garden, but if it smells anything like this I want to live there! I'm not really into florals as much as a lot of my customers...but this one is an exception.Truly beautiful!