• Gardenias

    Posted on 25th April 2012 by Laura

    Gardenias are recognised as one of the most loved exotic flowering plants. They were originally found only in China and Japan, but today there are over 200 different species of gardenia in existence throughout the world. Read More

  • Bluebells

    Posted on 18th April 2012 by Laura

    The common bluebell is a true sign of British springtime. There is something quite ethereal about a sea of bluebells covering woodlands in a haze of purpley blue. This spectacular botannical display is only found in northern Europe, with Britain containing more than half of the world’s population. Read More

  • Stuffing our faces with perfume at LFW!

    Posted on 12th April 2012 by Lauren

    Can anyone believe London Fashion Week is already over? Not only did Penhaligon’s scent Meadham Kirchhoff’s 2012 A/W collection for the sixth season running, but for the first time ever, guests on the front row experienced the show via their taste buds too. Read More

  • Floriography: The Language of Flowers

    Posted on 12th April 2012 by Customer Care Team

    Flowers are such a beauty among us and make our lives all the more fragrant but did you know that each flower actually carries its own secret message? Read More

  • Olivier Cresp and the Chevalier de l’Ordre des Arts et des Lettres

    Posted on 8th February 2012 by Customer Care Team

    Penhaligon’s was delighted to hear that Olivier Cresp, master perfumer of Juniper Sling, received the highly regarded Chevalier de l’Ordre des Arts et des Lettres in Paris last month. The recognition is awarded to those who have made a ‘significant contribution to the enrichment of the French cultural inheritance Read More