- Wet garden takes place at Easter, full of early spring flowers, including young shoots and buds
- Combinations of flowers, the rain and the oils from the rich spring soil that comprise this scent
- Layers well with a wide variety of scents including grass, tangerine, and salt air
- Not perhaps the original wet garden, but . . . Very popular just as all dirt is not created equal, so too, all wet gardens are not created equal. In the case of our Demeter wet garden, time is as important as place. Our wet garden takes place at Easter, full of early spring flowers, including young shoots and buds, after a hard April rain. It is the combinations of those flowers, the rain and the oils from the rich spring soil that comprise this fragrance, one of the most complex in the library, but one that remains accessible, understandable and eminently wearable.
Demeter was conceived in 1996, with a unique and ever expanding perspective on fragrance. The original mission was to capture the beautiful smells of the garden and nature in wearable form. The Demeter name itself was inspired by the Greek Goddess of Agriculture. The first three fragrances were Dirt, Grass and Tomato, and were sold in a few stores in NYC.
Today, with fragrances from Baby Powder and Pure Soap to Gin & Tonic, Play-Doh, Vanilla Cake Batter and even Pizza, we have radically expanded our olfactory goals and geographic reach. Not only can you now buy Demeter fragrances from Apple Blossom to Zombie, but you can buy them from New York to Beijing, and from Moscow to London.